Hydrographic Surveying

For Safer Waterways and Shorelines

Measuring and mapping navigable water bodies and accompanying shorelines and beaches is essential to keeping coastal resources healthy, viable and safe. This is the function of hydrographic surveying.

Hydrographic surveyors provide the surveying and mapping tools necessary to monitor coastline erosion, provide data for hurricane recovery programs, measure depths and computer volumes for dredging projects, locate and map submerged obstructions, and prepare for underwater construction.

Our extensive resources include a 27-ft. survey vessel, two 24-ft. boats, a 10-ft. catamaran SV Zego, and several other support vessels ranging from 16-ft. to 24-ft. Our team of highly skilled hydrographic professionals utilizes those resources to efficiently, accurately and safely respond to all your hydrographic surveying needs.

McKim & Creed Contact

Tim Cawood, PLS
910.343.1048

Hydrographic surveyors provide the surveying and mapping tools necessary to monitor coastline erosion, provide data for hurricane recovery programs, measure depths and computer volumes for dredging projects, locate and map submerged obstructions, and prepare for underwater construction.