No. The USGS Organic Act (43 U.S. Code § 31) prohibits the USGS from making surveys or examinations for private parties or corporations. On rare occasion, however, the USGS might request access to private property as part of a larger study.
If you need to engage a professional land surveyor, hydrologist, geologist, or geotechnical engineer, the following organizations should be able to identify professionals in your area who have the expertise that you need:
- Your State Geological Survey (the best starting point)
- National Society of Professional Surveyors
- American Institute of Hydrology
- American Institute of Professional Geologists
- American Society of Civil Engineers or Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists