Van Horn offers many services. We find that most folks have land and want to know where it starts and ends or they want to develop their land.
What do I own/What are my boundaries?
Do you already have a piece of land and want to see what you actually own? Below are a few different options that may help.
Land Survey Plat (LSP)
A LSP shows only the boundary lines, easements and right-of-ways. With a LSP, the property corners are found and re-establishes any missing corners. Optional information may include easements as disclosed in a title commitment (not required but recommended). The completed survey follows Colorado Revised Statute and is recorded with the County and becomes public record.
Improvement Survey Plat (ISP)
An ISP shows the location of all structures, visible utilities, easements, and right-of-ways. With an ISP, the property corners are found and re-establishes any missing corners. Optional information may include easements as disclosed in a title commitment (not required but recommended). The completed survey follows Colorado Revised Statute and is recorded with the County and becomes public record.
What can I develop/What can I build?
Do you have a vacant piece of land that you want to build your dream home on? Well below are some of the services we provide to help with that.
There are two kinds of Site Plans; Existing Conditions Site Plan and Proposed Conditions Site Plan. An Existing Conditions Site Plan shows the placement of everything currently on the vacant lot like trees and visible utilities. A Proposed Conditions Site Plan shows where the possible location of a house is to be built. The Proposed Conditions Site Plan is the final product that will get turned into the County for a permit in order to start building.
While working with the excavator of your choice, we will design your septic system. The design includes soils analysis, drafting of the Septic Site Plan, the design, and the needed inspections required by the County. Once the design is approved by the County, a permit is issued and installation of the system can begin.
Our licensed structural engineer can assist you with a large variety of structural issues that include: structures (steel, reinforced, concrete, wood), foundations, floors, roofs, retaining walls, supports and lifts, and code analysis.