Contract Land Staff

Our Services

From pre-project planning, to permitting and acquisition, to construction support, we‘re here to handle the tasks that keep your project moving forward.

Nationwide locations. Local resources.

From pre-project planning, to
permitting and acquisition, to
construction support, we‘re here to
handle the tasks that keep your
project moving forward.

From pre-project planning, to permitting and acquisition, to construction support, we‘re here to handle the tasks that keep your project moving forward.

Nationwide locations. Local resources.

Nationwide locations. Local resources.

  • Property & Easement Acquisition
  • Title Research & Analysis – Surface & Mineral
  • Due Diligence
  • Route & Site Feasibility Studies
  • Relocation Planning & Assistance
  • Local, State, & Federal Permitting
  • Independent Appraisal Review
  • Lease & Franchise Agreements
  • Expert Witness & Litigation Support
  • Land Records Management
  • GIS & Mapping
  • Property Management
  • Public Outreach Support
  • Appraisal and Escrow Coordination
  • Construction Support & Damage Settlements
  • Project Management
  • Condemnation Support
  • Tribal Liaison
  • Staffing Support – short & long-term placement

CLSLiNK: Technology for Land & Asset Management

Get connected to your data. CLS’s right of way project and asset management technology solution CLSLiNK provides users with sustainable data throughout the life of the project and into operational mode with real-time reporting of current project status, right of way line lists, title and other documents, payment and budget information, and the capability to capture and report on all contacts with project stakeholders.

CLSLiNK captures all relevant data and serves as the sole reporting, mapping, and visualization tool.

  • Names and addresses/phone of landowners, stakeholders, tenants
  • Ownership history
  • Legal descriptions
  • Mileposts, structure numbers and other spatial criteria assigned to each tract
  • History of communications with landowners and stakeholders through activity notes
  • Financial data
  • Scanned related documents and images
  • Parcel shapes, route drawings, maps and aerial imagery, and other GIS data
  • Any other necessary data or documents necessary to capture