The RLS Group, LLC, with over 30 years of combined land surveying experience, utilizes the latest tools for surveying that technology has to offer in order to provide our clients with the most accurate and precise data obtainable. Our goal is excellence.
Our survey department is led by licensed professionals who direct our highly skilled two and three man survey crews. Utilizing the latest in surveying technology, our crews rely on Leica series 1200 total stations with top of the line data collection units and System 500 GPS to obtain the most accurate data in the field. Staying on the leading edge of equipment in the surveying world has allowed The RLS Group to deliver high quality and productivity in a timely manner.
Land surveying is not just the simple task of measuring land units but an elaborate puzzle constructed of land boundary divisions that must all fit together to create the whole picture. Along with using our equipment to tie our measurement and monument locations to State Plane Coordinate Systems The RLS Group relies on historical documents and research to assure and accurate layout of the property. Whether it is a boundary, topographic, utility, or ALTA survey our team of professionals will deliver a product that will surpass your expectation in time and quality
Surveyor's Creed and Canons
As a Professional Surveyor, I dedicate my professional knowledge and skills to the advancement and betterment of human welfare.
- To give the utmost of performance;
- To participate in none but honest enterprise;
- To live and work according to the laws of humankind and the highest standards of professional conduct;
- To place service before profit, honor and standing of the profession before personal advantage, and the public welfare above all other considerations; In humility and with need for Divine Guidance, I make this pledge.
A Professional Surveyor should refrain from conduct that is detrimental to the public.
A Professional Surveyor should abide by the rules and regulations pertaining to the practice of surveying within the licensing jurisdiction.
A Professional Surveyor should accept assignments only in one's area of professional competence and expertise.
A Professional Surveyor should develop and communicate a professional analysis and opinion without bias or personal interest.
A Professional Surveyor should maintain the confidential nature of the surveyor-client relationship.
A Professional Surveyor should use care to avoid advertising or solicitation that is misleading or otherwise contrary to the public interest.
A Professional Surveyor should maintain professional integrity when dealing with members of other professions