Surveying is an essential component of civil engineering as it plays a vital role in the planning, design, and construction of infrastructure projects. Here are some reasons why surveying is important in civil engineering:


  1. Site analysis and selection: Surveying is used to gather essential data about a site’s topography, geology, and other physical characteristics that help determine its suitability for a particular project.
  2. Design and planning: Accurate survey data is used to create detailed project designs, which are necessary for construction, including grading and drainage plans, utility plans, and road alignments.
  3. Construction: Surveying is used to establish the project’s physical boundaries, set grade and elevation markers, and monitor construction progress to ensure that the project is constructed according to design specifications.
  4. Safety: Surveying is also important for ensuring the safety of construction workers and the public during the construction process. Survey data is used to identify potential hazards and design appropriate safety measures.
  5. Legal and regulatory compliance: Surveying is also critical for meeting legal and regulatory requirements. Survey data is used to prepare legal documents, such as land deeds, and to comply with local and federal regulations regarding building codes, zoning laws, and environmental protection.


Aarvee provides high standard Reconnaissance Survey, Conceptual Plan, and Feasibility Report which are crucial components of modern civil engineering projects. These documents are used to identify the project’s goals, constraints, and potential challenges, as well as to evaluate the project’s feasibility from various perspectives, such as technical, economic, environmental, and social.
Here are some reasons why these documents are essential for civil engineering projects:

  1. Cost-effectiveness: Conducting a reconnaissance survey helps to identify any potential site-related problems or constraints early on, which can reduce the risk of costly delays or project failure. A feasibility report can also help to identify potential cost savings by evaluating the project’s financial feasibility.
  2. Environmental compliance: A reconnaissance survey helps to identify potential environmental impacts of the project, allowing for proper planning and mitigation measures to be put in place. A feasibility report also assesses the project’s environmental compliance and identifies ways to reduce negative environmental impacts.
  3. Stakeholder engagement: A conceptual plan and feasibility report provide an opportunity for stakeholders to be involved in the project’s planning and development, which can help to build trust and support for the project.
  4. Technical feasibility: A feasibility report evaluates the project’s technical feasibility, identifying any potential technical challenges that may impact the project’s success.
  5. Legal and regulatory compliance: A feasibility report evaluates the project’s compliance with local laws, regulations, and permits, helping to ensure that the project can move forward without legal issues.

Overall, a reconnaissance survey, conceptual plan, and feasibility report are essential tools that help to ensure the success of modern civil engineering projects by identifying potential risks, opportunities, and solutions early in the project development process.



Our multi sectorial expertise enables us to undertake the complex interfaces like,

  1. Reconnaissance survey – Walk through /Inventory
  2. Engineering Survey – Roads, Rail, Irrigation, Power, Water Supply & Sewerage, Buildings
  3. Topographical Survey – Collection of Ground Features / Grid Levels
  4. Catchment Survey – Contours , Ridges and Valleys demarcation
  5. Command area Survey – Grid Levels, Ground Features, Ridges and Valleys demarcation
  6. Cadastral Survey – Land acquisition Survey and Land Parcel mapping
  7. Asset mapping survey – Measurement and Mapping of Physical features
  8. Hydrographic/Bathymetric Survey – River/Reservoirs under water survey
  9. Final Location Survey – Alignment Stakeout
  10. Aerial LiDAR Survey – Roads , Rail, irrigation, Catchment , Command area
  11. Aerial Photography/ Videography by UAV/Aircraft – Corridor mapping, Large scale mapping, Progress monitoring.
  12. Mobile LiDAR Survey – Road, Rail, Telecommunications