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Concrete Property Markers

Concrete survey markers play a vital role in land surveying, providing long-lasting reference points for property boundaries, elevation measurements, and other surveying purposes. Berntsen offers a variety of copper, bronze, and aluminum markers designed to meet the needs of land surveyors, construction professionals, and property owners.

Our Concrete Survey Markers

  • Aluminum: Known for their strong 6000 Series alloy, these benchmark survey markers are ideal for applications where durability is essential, as they are corrosion resistant.
  • Bronze: They offer exceptional durability and corrosion resistance, making them suitable for long-term outdoor use, even in high-traffic and salty environments.
  • Precast concrete: Eliminating the need for on-site concrete pouring, we can set one of our aluminum or bronze markers right into a concrete monument.
  • BP series: Available in three different styles, these copper markers can be installed very quickly, especially with our concrete countersink drill bit.

Berntsen Concrete Marker Instruction Guide

In our installation guide, we'll walk you through three options to accommodate different installation scenarios. The first option is our recommended process.

We also have a full version of our installation guide as well as accessories (like drill bits and DRYLOCK™ brand anchoring cement) that can help make the process easier.

1. Existing Concrete/Rock with the Berntsen Countersink Drill Bit

  • Set up the drill and assemble the three-piece drill bit.
  • Drill a pilot hole straight and deep enough to accommodate the marker top's thickness.
  • Clean away debris and epoxy or grout the marker in place, allowing it to set before additional information is stamped.

Countersink Drill Bit Video for Berntsen Concrete Markers

2. Existing Concrete/Rock without Using a Countersink Drill Bit

  • Create a pilot hole using a chisel or drill of appropriate diameter and depth.
  • Enlarge the hole to fit the marker flush and clean the area.
  • Fill any voids with epoxy or grout material. Once set, stamp any required information on the marker. 

3. Poured-In-Place Monuments

  • Pour concrete in the desired area and let it set for 5 to 10 minutes.
  • Insert the marker into the concrete, ensuring proper positioning, and clean the surrounding area.
  • Once the marker is completely set, stamp any additional information you need.




Berntsen International, Inc.
  • 1-800-518-0934
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  • PO Box 8670
  • Madison, WI 53708-8670
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