Engineering  |  Land Surveying  |  Site Development
Hibbing  218.262.5528  |  Duluth  218.720.6219

JPJ Engineering provides surveying services to residential property owners, developers and other public and private entities. We believe working with an accurate and informative land survey is fundamental to any improvement project, property purchase, or ownership interest (easement).


Whether you need a lot survey or a boundary survey to put up a fence or build a garage or an elevation certificate, topographic map or ALTA/ASCM land title survey, JPJ Engineering has distinguished itself as a premier surveyor among clients, peers and industry experts.

Services Include:
  • Boundary surveys
  • Legal descriptions 
  • Preliminary and final plats
  • Registered land surveys
  • Condominium conversions and CIC plats
  • Land title surveys-ALTA/ACSM
  • Route and site surveys
  • Topographic surveys
  • Control surveys
  • Easement surveys
  • FEMA-LOMA and LOMR/F surveys
  • Elevation certificate
  • Pipeline surveys
  • Right-of-way surveys
  • Tree inventory surveys
  • Wetland locations
  • Precise building layouts
  • Aerial photo control
  • Global positioning systems survey (GPS)
  • Project surveys
  • Construction staking
  • Utility staking
  • Engineering design surveys

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Land Surveying

JPJ Engineering uses state-of-the-art survey instruments that include highly-efficient, fully robotic total stations, 3D laser scanning, electronic data collectors, GNSS satellite receivers, electronic levels, the most recent mapping and CAD software.


Our land surveying teams utilize various types of survey equipment including:

GPS units that are utilized for lot, boundary and legal surveys, linear topographic surveys and other site surveys.
Total stations that are utilized for precise data collection in constrained areas such as heavily wooded lots. Total stations and are also employed in construction staking to create the site layout, marking the locations of buildings, roads and sidewalks.
A long-range scanner is used to create topographic surveys, mining excavation volumes, stockpile quantities and other larger area surveys which can be completed by a one-person survey crew utilizing our FX scanner.
A short-range scanner collects data at a rate of 200,000 points per second to produce point clouds and a high definition mesh of site areas, building components, pipes and pumps and other objects. We can then prepare 3D models from point clouds and create precise digital replications of an object. Compatible with multiples CAD applications, these 3D models make reverse engineering possible.


SERVING ST. LOUIS, ITASCA, CARLTON, & LAKE COUNTY, MINNESOTA & DOUGLAS COUNTY, WISCONSIN