Timothy P. Murray, PLS, CFS
N.C. PLS: L-4833
Certified Floodplain Surveyor: NC-195
B.S.: Surveying and Mapping Science from E.T.S.U.
A.A.S.: Surveying Technology from W.T.C.C.

Kevin J. Coats
Vice President
A.A.S.: Surveying Technology from W.T.C.C.

We are Raleigh natives and have been working professionally in the Raleigh area for more than 10 years. Terrestrial Surveying PC was formed in 2012, serving old clients and new, large clients and small. We have an efficient team and can run circles around larger firms; we work smart, keep overhead and expenses to a minimum, and respond to our clients needs quickly and professionally.
Our Mission: Deliver exceptionally high quality work, on time and on budget. No exceptions.

Have a project coming up? Give us a call for a quotation today!  Phone:  919.219.4278 

George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, Lewis & Clark, Benjamin Banneker, Andrew Ellicott and Daniel Boone were all Land Surveyors at some point in their lives.

Land Surveying has been an indispensable part in the development of human civilization since the beginning of recorded history and it is needed in the planning and execution of almost every form of construction. Not only were surveyors needed in the layout of the Great Pyramids but they were more commonly used in ancient Egypt to re-establish lost land boundary markers whenever the Nile River overflowed its banks. Around 3000 B.C. the Egyptians established a register of land ownership. During the Roman Empire, Land Surveying was established as a profession and their expertise was essential in the construction of the vast Roman infrastructure. William the Conqueror of England established The Doomsday Book (1086 A.D.) which included the names of land owners, the area of the lands they owned and the quality of the land. Napoleon I created Continental Europe’s Cadastre which contained numbers of the plots of land, usage and ownership.