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Topic: Surveyor Reports – Why, When and How
Project documentation is a critical, and often neglected, element of professional land surveying. In this overview you’ll learn why it is important to write surveyor reports, on what type of projects you should write reports, and when during a project is the best time to write surveyor report content. The workshop concludes by looking at a system for writing reports in a cost-effective and effective way.
What is a surveyor report?
Why write surveyor reports?
On what type of projects should you write surveyor reports?
When during a project is it the best to write surveyor report content?
How can you write surveyor reports in a cost-effective and efficient way?
Speaker: Landon Blake, PLS, CFedS
Bio: Landon works as a land surveyor in the Central California and Western Nevada. He is licensed in California and Nevada. He is a Certified Federal Surveyor. Landon grew up in Northwestern Montana, on his parent’s property just outside the boundary of Glacier National Park and 60 miles south of the US/Canada border. He attended the land surveying program at Flathead Valley Community College where he graduated with an AAS in land surveying. Landon moved to Stockton, California in 2002. Landon currently works as the Mapping Department Manager for Hawkins and Associates Engineering in Modesto.
When: Wednesday, April 12, 2017
5:30pm - 6:30pm: Social Hour
6:30pm: Meeting and Dinner
Business portion to follow the Raffle
Where: The Hopyard American Ale House
3015 Hopyard Road
Pleasanton, CA 94588
Please register by Noon, Monday, April 10th via GroupSpaces.com
We look forward to seeing you there!
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