Surveyors in UAE
Surveyors measure and map a particular space of the environment using mathematics, specialized technology, and equipment. Surveyors measure anything on the land, in the sky or on the ocean. Land surveyors use the latest technology such as GPS, robotic total station (theodolites) and aerial and terrestrial scanners to map an area, make computations and take photos as evidence. They then use software such as AutoCAD to draw plans and map onsite measurements. Surveyors work on different projects including mining exploration, land subdivision, tunnel building, and constructions. Land surveyors would be involved with the measuring properties and pieces of land to determine boundaries. Land surveyors carry out an important task of providing information on boundaries because it helps determine where roads or buildings will be constructed, settles property line disputes, and leads to the creation of maps. The job of a land surveyor is both in the office and in the field.
The role of a surveyor is vital to the development of the landscape; from planning and designing of land subdivisions to the construction of roads, utilities, and landscaping. There are different types of surveying specializations such as land surveying, mining, engineering and surveying hydrographic. Muweileh in Sharjah and Damascus street in Dubai are some of the most popular locations in UAE to get in touch with Surveyors.