Norway Plains: Surveying and Engineering
Experience you can trust
Norway Plains Associates, Inc. is a multi-disciplined Land Surveying and Civil Engineering firm located in Rochester and Alton, New Hampshire. Since 1986 we have served a variety of clients ranging from the homeowner to the large industrial and commercial developer.
The success of our company has been on building continuing relationships and the many referrals we receive from satisfied customers. Norway Plains celebrates its 25 year anniversary!
Let us streamline the process
From field to finish, our highly trained staff can guide you through the process to complete jobs in a timely and accurate fashion, saving time and money. Norway Plains maintains up to date technology with equipment and software programs for efficient service to our clients. Our professional presentations to local and state planning boards efficiently expedite the approval process.
Our surveying services range from staking small residential lots to compiling ALTA surveys for large commercial facilities.
We offer field-to-finish service for subdivisions large and small including: feasibility studies; test pits and percolation tests; boundary & topographic surveys; road, drainage and utility design; local, state and federal permitting; construction layout & inspections.
Site Plan Design
Whether you are building a small coffee kiosk or a large industrial building, we can provide you a “turn-key” experience with regard to the approval process.
Land Surveyors Board www.nh.gov/jtboard/ls.htm
NH Department of Environmental Services www.des.nh.gov
Our Transportation Engineer, Donald Rhodes, has over 35-years experience providing transportation planning services including traffic studies, road improvement design and permitting.
Septic System Designs
We can design a septic system for your new home, your new restaurant or your new industrial/commercial building. We can also help you with the necessary permitting if your existing septic system fails.
The State of New Hampshire recently enacted changes to the Comprehensive Shoreland Protection Act. If you own property within 250 feet of a lake or protected river and are proposing to either build a new structure or add to an existing structure, you will need to obtain a permit from the NH Department of Environmental Services. Our staff has the experience and expertise to help you through this process.
We are equipped with both submeter as well as survey grade GPS equipment to provide the latest in satellite positioning data.