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Austin Engineering employs two teams of surveyors who specialize in a broad spectrum of land surveys. As a result, we provide the land survey services Springfield IL clients find most beneficial for their projects. We work with a diverse group of public and commercial clients to perform projects of budgets including lump sum contracts, cost-plus, not to exceed, or on an hourly basis. So that you can get an idea of all we offer, here are surveys we perform:
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(217) 516-3452 today or contact us online. Do you need land survey services outside of Springfield IL? That’s okay. We serve clients in Kankakee, Moline, Springfield, Urbana, LaSalle, Peru, Normal, Rock Island, Decatur, Bloomington, Joliet, Champaign, and Quincy as well. In fact, we even provide designs that transform neighborhoods in Wisconsin, Indiana, Florida, and Iowa.