Frank M Mason & Co Pty Ltd works with all facets of surveying on a regular basis. Our professional team will prepare a free quotation and estimated time frame for all surveying requirements, or are happy to discuss ideas to determine the viability for possible projects.
Either one of the Directors of the Company is always directly involved and responsible for any work carried out by the Company. Listed below is an indication of the type of work undertaken by the Company.
- RESIDENTIAL including dual occupancies) |
- STRATUM - Residential, Commercial & Industrial
- STRATA & COMMUNITY TITLE SURVEYS
Design and preparation of subdivisions plans. If required, our firm will manage the project through all the government approval and compliance requirements for lodgement and registration at the Land and Property Information Department at the Land Titles Office, giving all our Clients, both experienced and inexperienced, a stress and worry free project.
Rights of Way, Drainage Easements, Easements for Support, etc. An easement or right-of-way usually describes a particular portion of property, and although not visible on the ground, provides an area of access to the holder of the easement or right-of-way. Easements can include access roads, pathways/walkways, utilities, sewer/water lines, right to park, right of light, right to commit a nuisance (noise, dust, etc.). Rights-of-Way may include utility corridors, power lines, gas/oil transmission line and similar.
Residential, commercial and industrial. Looking to maximise leasable space? Frank M Mason has the answers for all of your survey needs. Whether you are looking to get the most out of your rentals, trying to get a certified, accurate space measurement, or creating as-built floor plans of your unit/units, Frank M Mason has you covered.
To identify property boundaries, including all residential, commercial and industrial properties. Property boundary surveys (cadastral surveys) are legal documents which provide information regarding land in terms of parcel boundaries, structures, location of easements, site improvements.
Including monitoring and excavation volumes.
Internal measurements of walls, window openings, columns, etc in buildings for architectural design purposes.
For high-rise commercial developments and residential dwelling set-out. Surveying of existing conditions of the future work site, including topography, existing buildings and infrastructure, and underground infrastructure whenever possible (for example, measuring invert elevations and diameters of sewers at manholes)
Used to identify and map the contours of the ground and existing features on the surface of the earth or slightly above or below the earth's surface (i.e. trees, buildings, streets, walkways, manholes, utility poles, retaining walls, etc.). If the purpose of the survey is to serve as a base map for the design of a residence or building of some type, or design a road or driveway, it may be necessary to show perimeter boundary lines and the lines of easements on or crossing the property being surveyed, in order for a designer to accurately show zoning and other agency required setbacks.
Preparation, lodgement, negotiations with Council Officers and review of consent.