Some of the most requested types of land surveys include:

Boundary Retracement Survey:

A survey for the purpose of identifying, verifying and resolving the location of previously fixed property boundaries.
Subdivision Survey:
A survey to establish and document the location of boundary lines on a newly established parcel.
ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey:
Normally a boundary retracement survey with additional items added to satisfy title companies done to standards developed by the American Land Title Association and the American Congress on Surveying And Mapping.
Topographic Survey:
Mapping to indicate the elevations and contours of the land; also shows features both natural and artificial (e.g. streams buildings, quarries, fences, roads, woodlands, etc.).
As-Built Survey: A survey done post- construction to document the location of recently constructed improvements.
Flood Boundary Survey: A survey to document the relationship of established flood boundaries to improvements on a parcel of land.
Elevation Certificate:

A form documenting the extent of involvement of structures within an established floodplain to be filed the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).

Forensic Survey: Mapping to show the relationship between features and human activity. Most often used as evidence or exhibits in legal proceedings.
GPS Services: Sub-meter mapping of features on a parcel (often used to enhance a boundary retracement survey) and sub-centimeter surveying for control surveys.
Construction Staking:
Providing control staking for the alignment and construction of roads, buildings, pipelines and other improvements to the land.