August 2021 Archives
While I was employed at Rettew Associates, Inc. in the late 1990s, I worked with a great survey technician by the name of Craig West. Craig and I got the opportunity to work together on a big boundary survey for the National Park Service along the Appalachian Trail in Maryland. The boss sent me because […]
Apportioning excess or deficiency in platted lots seems like a quick and painless solution to a problem subdivision retracement when original corner marks are not immediately apparent.
A surveyor’s children are introduced to the ancient craft with real, hands-on experience
Milestone advances since the early days got scanning to where it is now
The ability to capture accurate points from a distance with images provides a significant leap in safety and efficiency for subsurface utility engineering.
With America, Russia, China, and the EU all now having GNSS constellations operating, what does it mean for surveyors and geospatial professionals?