Surveyors are the experts in location, position, and measurement – in both the physical and legal determinations thereof.
Surveyors are dedicated professionals that have been providing valuable services since the beginning of civilization; informing all manner of human endeavor, mapping the built and natural environments. The profession has evolved and grown to meet the challenges of the modern age - many people do not realize that surveyors also provide the essential spatial foundation for geographic information systems and augmented reality systems of the new millennium.
The men and women of the surveying profession attain the requisite education, skills and experience to evaluate measurements, property records, and evidence to make authoritative spatial determinations on behalf of individuals, business entities, and communities - surveyors are spatial detectives. Whether above ground, underground, under the sea, in transportation corridors, in facilities, forests, and fields – or your own yard – surveyors are there to protect bona fide real property rights and the health safety and welfare of individuals and the public.
Surveying is a diverse and exciting profession. The many fields within surveying encompass a mixture of some of the most advanced technologies of our era, advanced math, science, rich local histories, research of property records and case law, construction and engineering principles and project management. The expert hand of surveyors informs the way we manage and thrive in the built and natural environments of our increasingly geospatially charged world…