Subdivision Mapping

subLagoIn the State of Texas, subdivision of real property is regulated generally on a state level and specifically on a local level.

Within a one hour drive radius of the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, there are more than 90 different municipal jurisdictions.

Each having different, continuously changing rules, regulations, and staff. Our firm maintains a database of contacts and a library of subdivision, zoning, and platting regulations.

When providing subdivision mapping services, Marshall Lancaster & Associates, Inc. recognizes that a Professional Land Surveying Firm must effectively: Communicate with a multitude of continuously changing municipal staff members.

Research, understand, and meet municipality mapping standards. Produce accurate, presentation quality mapping.

Meet client and municipal deadlines.

Experience, dedication to excellence, and an internal municipal database produces systematic processing of subdivision mapping.