The studies of the Surveying and Engineering Measurements course count on laboratory infrastructure, which supports field activities in surveying and locating, as well as office activities in data processing, calculations and computerized surveying drawings.

In the Surveying and Engineering Measurements laboratory, a variety of state-of-the-art equipment and accessories are available, allowing since the study, implementation and development of activities according to the classic established techniques, until the use of current technological advances. Beginning with the study and use of Electronic Theodolites and Precision Digital Laser Distance Meter, for the measurement and obtaining of angles and distances in the detailing and/or locating tasks; Georeferencing of bases and surveying points with the use of satellite receivers in the GNSS standard; Advanced total stations with long range measurement using stick and reflective prism and prismless measurement with laser sight, where stand out the automated techniques of triangulation, polygon and cadastral survey, with storage in digital notebooks and data transmission via bluetooth; Automatic Electronic Levels of analog reading and digital reading, with calculations and altimetric references, using rulers with bar code; Pocket and desk stereoscopes for photointerpretation and photo analysis on aerophotogrammetry; Scientific Calculator, Curvimeters, Planimeters and drawing accessories for measurements and graphical calculations on maps and various surveying plans.

There are also several rooms with microcomputers interconnected in network and with internet access, using Office software optimized for use in Surveying and Engineering Measurements, with field notebooks and spreadsheets preprogrammed with routines of specific design calculations; GIS softwares for studies and planning of activities and stages visualizing regions; CAD software for surveying drawings and terrain modeling; and specific surveying software.