Surveyors offer a wide range of products and services at various levels of effort. The cots of a survey can vary depending on the location of the project, terrain and availability of survey evidence. Our team can provide you an estimate for your surveying project. Contact us today. Continue Reading How Much Does a Survey Cost?
What is a Severance (Consent)? A century ago, landowners were free to divide their property—an act called “severing” —in almost any way they wished. Times have changed and severances are now highly regulated and require government approval. The Ontario Planning Act requires that permission (consent) be granted before a parcel of land can be divided… Continue Reading What is Severance Consent?
What is Site Plan Control? Understanding what Site Plan control is and how it affects YOU is the first step to getting involved. We can help guide you through this process and even act on your behalf (as an agent). Contact us: www.inengineering.ca Site Plan control is the TOOL that is used by your City… Continue Reading What is Site Plan Control?
Our team has completed land surveying services for Telecommunications Towers and Infrastructure throughout Ontario. We provide on-site field services to collect relevant information for your tower construction. We can also assist with property and legal issues include easements and right-of-ways for the tower project. Surveying services for telecom infrastructure Our services and standard process include:… Continue Reading Surveying Services for Telecommunications
If you have a short term rental or Airbnb in the Town of Gananoque there are new planning and by-law considerations for your property. You will need a Class III development license that may need consulting services such as surveying and planning to ensure you are providing enough parking, building life safety and compatibility with the community. Continue Reading New Planning Considerations in Gananoque for Short Term Rentals
Ontario Land Surveyors Find your property lines by using a licensed land surveyor. Contact Us GIS Data You can get free property information from municipal and county GIS data that shows approximate property lines. This data is not accurate and may not align with ground conditions. It can be used for a rough approximation and… Continue Reading How to Find Your Property Lines
Surveys Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. S.30 Right to enter land, buildings 6 (1) A surveyor or a person in the surveyor’s employ while making a survey may, (a) at any time enter and pass over the land of any person; or (b) at any time suitable to the occupant of a building enter the building, and… Continue Reading Can a Land Surveyor Enter My Property?
We are pleased to announce that we are at a new location! Starting today, IN Engineering + Surveying will be at our new location;7 KING STREET WEST, UNIT 203, BROCKVILLE. We will be on the second floor, above the downtown Scotiabank and beside MNP. We appreciate your patience and can assure that no projects were impacted during… Continue Reading We have moved!
Plotting the Future: Contributions to the History of Canada by Surveyors and Contracting Engineers from Eastern Ontario Charles Broad Willem Melchers UE For Discussion / Editing / Peer Review June 2020 Announced recently, the merger of IN Engineering with Collett Surveying Limited marks a return of full-service engineering services to Brockville, Ontario and surrounding area.… Continue Reading Our History Since 1881
Planning is a profession dedicated to helping society manage change – and that oftentimes means a great deal of change…over time. Planners work in cities and regions to guide growth and development, enhance communities, and improve the quality of life. Continue Reading What is Urban Planning?
A minor variance is a change or permission from the specific requirements of the Town’s zoning by-law. It is a small variation from the requirements of the zoning by-law. The minor variance process allows a property owner the opportunity to seek permission or relief from a specific provision of the Town’s zoning by-law by applying to the Committee of Adjustment. They are used for issues such as small changes to building setback or parking requirements. A minor variance is a small variation from the requirements of the zoning bylaw. Continue Reading What is a Minor Variance?
Our office has surveyor records for Eastern Ontario dating back to 1830. Below shows the date the member joined the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors and where they operated from. Photos are from Library and Archives Canada and are not all portraits of the surveyor. Walter Beatty 1836 Brockville Henry H. Lillie 1870 Brockville Willis… Continue Reading Historic Survey Records
You’re about to buy a property. It is important to require a survey to fully disclose the extent of title of the property before the transaction. This could be for your own information, for financing approval, or to simply buy insurance against defects in title to get the release of mortgage funds. Your choice depends on the type of property being acquired, the level of comfort you have in buying a home without a full understanding of the potential disputes or problems regarding its use, and the type of assurance a lender may require before releasing funds.
Full disclosure of extent of title can be obtained through the purchase of a Surveyor’s Real Property Report.
Continue Reading Before you purchase your home – a legal survey or title insurance?
Andrew Melchers and Brent Collett are proud to announce the formation of IN Engineering and Surveying in Brockville, Ontario. IN Engineering and Surveying will provide Surveying, Building Design and Engineering services to commercial, residential and community projects across Eastern Ontario, ensuring intelligent, intuitive and inspired solutions to any problem. Andrew’s experience as an innovative engineer… Continue Reading Introducing IN Engineering and Surveying
Before you start your construction project, do you know where the property lines are? Our team can ensure your project is built in the correct location by providing construction surveys for excavation, footings and walls. Our layout services can speed up your project by ensuring the exact location of the structure is identified. Continue Reading Construction Layout Services – Brockville, Ottawa, Kingston
Click the image to view the 3D Model for this concept plan of a residential development in Brockville, ON.
Our team provides 3D LiDAR Scanning to Eastern Ontario including Brockville, Cornwall, Ottawa and Kingston. LiDAR information will elevate your project by provide accurate and abundant point cloud information of existing conditions. If you have an upcoming project, contact us today about how ground based LiDAR point clouds can improve the efficiency and constructibility of your project. Continue Reading 3D LiDAR Scanning Services in Brockville, Ottawa and Kingston
Our team recently completed a 3D Scan using our Trimble SX10 at the Fort Henry National Historic Site in Kingston, Ontario. The scanning will be used to help our engineering and design teams to work on some accessibility improvements. The 3D scan will be used to create base plans of the historic building since there are no reliable record drawings of the fort.
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Planning an addition? It’s important that you start with accurate information. Our team can complete a legal survey, topographic survey and LiDar scan all in one site visit. Contact us today about your project. Continue Reading 3D Scanning for Renovation Projects
In order to properly plan a building a number of different professional disciplines will be required. This list is for a typical large commercial building, for smaller buildings and homes some of these professionals aren’t required. We also created the list for Ontario building projects, however it may be applicable to most projects in Canada… Continue Reading 8 Professionals You Need to Plan a Building
Please wait a minute for the information to load. Colour Legend Green: 4 minute Response Time (EMS) Blue: 8 minute Response Time (EMS) Yellow: 9 minute Response Time (Fire – Urban Standard) Orange: 10 minute Response Time (Fire – Suburban Standard) Red: 14 minute Response Time (Fire – Rural Standard) Standard Response Times based on… Continue Reading Fire Hall Location Study – Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley
There are many benefits to surveying in the Winter, it’s like our survey crew has super powers. We have the ability to walk on water and see through dense forest. Of course none of that will come to a surprise to someone who is use to a Canadian Winter. Our survey team will work year… Continue Reading Land Surveying in Winter – Our Superpower!