Staff at Global Land Solutions completed survey work for numerous gravel pits throughout upstate New York. A majority of the field work needed to be done on the weekends due to the heavy truck traffic and dangerous conditions at the active locations.
Staff at Global Land Solutions recently completed numerous rooftop communications surveys for sites throughout New York and surrounding areas. Upon completion of the mapping of rooftop antenna and equipment locations, office staff drafted legal descriptions for lease areas and easement locations.
Several field crews spent a portion of the summer surveying and mapping a majority of Mackinac Island in conjunction with the high profile sale of the Grand Hotel and all associated properties. This included both golf courses, restaurants, hotels, apartments and other parcels throughout the island. The unique challenge was the fact that no motor vehicles are permitted on the island, so the crews and all their survey gear were loaded into buggies behind their bicycles and pedaled around the island. One of the coolest projects we’ve done in the last 20 years!
Global Land Solutions recently completed surveying and mapping for 270 tower sites throughout Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. This portfolio required preparing survey drawings in preparation for a large-scale real estate transaction. In many cases, new legal descriptions were created for lease and easement areas, and title review was performed for all sites to include Schedule B exceptions and easements. All surveys were delivered in a timely manner, allowing the transaction to proceed without delay.
Global Land Solutions recently completed ALTA/NSPS Land Title surveys for 75 restaurant sites across multiple states as part of a complex real estate transaction. Timing was a key issue on this project, and all surveys were delivered ahead of the requested deadline allowing this portion of the transaction to proceed without delay.
Survey crews at Global Land Solutions recently completed surveying and mapping for numerous hospital sites throughout the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. This project had a sensitive delivery schedule, and was completed in December and January, the worst time to survey in this geographic region. From Marquette, Escanaba and Sault St. Marie, surveys were delivered ahead of schedule much to the delight of the client, allowing the project to proceed smoothly.