Land Surveying - Planning - Permitting


Over 110 Years of Surveying History

The JVA archives include records dating back to 1888 from:

John W. Durgin
Durgin-Schofield Associates
Edward M. Smith

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Our historical documents offer a unique glimpse into the region’s past, showcasing the evolution of land use, property boundaries, and development over the years.

Our dedication to providing comprehensive surveying services is backed by an extensive and invaluable resource—our extensive archives. The JVA archive of surveying records includes the files of John W. Durgin, dating back to 1908, as well as the records and files of Durgin-Schofield Associates. Additionally, we have access to the records and plans of Edward M. Smith dating back to 1888. These records offer a wealth of knowledge and insights that can be instrumental in resolving complex land-related issues within the Seacoast area.

Whether you’re conducting historical research, addressing a land dispute, or simply seeking to better understand the history of your property, our comprehensive archive can prove to be an invaluable resource.

Our dedication to maintaining and preserving these records underscores our commitment to serving our clients. Contact us for specific properties that might be in our archives.

John W Durgin document

John W Durgin CircA 1979-85

Durgin-Schofield Associates

durgin-schofiled Circa 1987

Schofield Brothers Document

Schofield Brothers Circa 1990

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If you’re ready to embark on a rewarding journey with us and contribute to over 110 years of surveying history, get in touch today!