Terramark - services

By: The Otago Surveying Company  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Engineering Services, Land Development, Subdivision

The Directors and staff at Terramark offices are able to provide many of the services you will require for your subdivision or land development project.

We also work closely with your other consultants advising in their respective fields (such as legal, valuation, geotechnical, etc).

The services offered in the resource management, surveying and engineering fields cover project scoping and feasibility, consent application and compliance, land surveying, engineering services design and contract administration.

Please explore our site further for an insight into our skillbase and experience.

Keywords: Engineering Services, Land Development, Land Development Project, Land Surveying, Subdivision

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Terramark - land surveying

Topographical surveys are undertaken to produce a plan or digital drawing showing all the physical features on a site such as buildings, fences, trees, streams, etc. Surveying of land is the heart of our business and our team provides a full range of services to meet with clients requirements on any scale of engagement.


Terramark - engineering

In the role of project manager, our Surveyors provide the full package from planning & coordination, construction design & administration through to final commissioning. Our surveyors, with their engineering experience and expertise, will manage this tender process and the administration of the contract on your behalf.


Terramark - resource management

Some larger and more complex developments may require structure and concept planning prior to the resource application process, in order to formulate a conceptual layout, and as a means of guiding development towards specific objectives. The preparation of the plans and supporting application documents required to be considered and approved before a specific landuse or subdivision can be undertaken within the rules of the District Plan.