land surveyor


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land surveyor

[′land sər‚vā·ər]
(civil engineering)
A specialist who measures land and its natural features and any constructed features such as buildings or roads for drawing to scale as plans or maps.
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In the early years, when each Dominion Land surveyor received his commission, he was given a three-foot yardstick made of pine with which he was to verify the length of his field chains, which were usually 66-foot steel link chains.
The purpose of the consultation is to conclude a framework agreement in order to establish the terms governing future contracts and purchase orders to be issued as land surveyor and land surveyor and more specifically to carry out topographic surveys of land properties, of buildings and the production of land documents.
Alan joined the Sunderland arc team in May 2004, having previously worked in asset management and procurement for South Tyneside Council and in the construction industry as a land surveyor for John Mowlem & Company.
is a leading professional land surveyor, providing professional land surveying services, including ALTA Surveys; GPS land surveying, residential property survey, ACSM surveys, boundary surveys and 3d laser scanning services throughout Western United States.
Witczak, a former partner and 10-year veteran with Schoor DePalma, is a licensed professional engineer, planner and land surveyor.
Horne is a registered professional land surveyor in Alaska and Washington, with 36 years surveying experience.
But without a clear understanding of how to accurately use land survey data, and faced with the challenges of communicating specific requirements to a professional land surveyor, conflicts often arise that lead to litigation.
He is a registered professional land surveyor registered in Idaho, Puerto Rico, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Clyde is registered both as a Civil Engineer and a Land Surveyor.
A professional engineer and land surveyor with over 34 years of experience, Giles comes to GPI from the New York State Thruway Authority, where he recently retired as the chief engineer and was responsible for developing and implementing multi-functional engineering and maintenance programs.
The Consultant shall be an independent contractor and must have an "In House" licensed land surveyor or licensed photogrammetric surveyor, duly licensed under Division 3, Chapter 15 "Land Surveyors", of the Business and Professions Code of the State of California.
A high school dropout who had his first taste of real estate as a land surveyor in Ontario, Cogan made his own fortune in Canada, principally through land assemblage.