NCEES Hopes to Strengthen the Surveying Profession

NCEES Hopes to Strengthen the Surveying Profession

On January 22, 2016, the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) collaborated with 18 surveying-related organizations to brainstorm ideas on how to improve and strengthen the surveying profession into the future. The kick-off meeting, called theNCEES Future of Surveying Forum, was held in San Diego, California and marks the first time that … Read moreNCEES Hopes to Strengthen the Surveying Profession

Surveyor Helps Mary Jane Find Store Locations in Anchorage

Surveyor Helps Mary Jane Find Store Locations in Anchorage

Apparently, it’s difficult to find suitable locations to establish marijuana dispensaries in Anchorage.Local regulations are changing quickly and appropriate inventory is generally hard-to-find anyway. On top of that, you have landlords that really just don’t want to rent their space to Mary Jane aficionados. But never fear! A real estate broker, Hugh Wade, has created … Read moreSurveyor Helps Mary Jane Find Store Locations in Anchorage

Are Criminal Posers Damaging the Surveying Profession?

Are Criminal Posers Damaging the Surveying Profession?

By now, most of us have probably watched the YouTube video featuring fake surveyors fooling passersby. It’s entertaining and downright funny. But what about the criminals who are usingour profession to fool and deceive others? It’s true that most people don’t truly understand what a surveyor really does, but they do understand that we must … Read moreAre Criminal Posers Damaging the Surveying Profession?

2016 ALTA/NSPS Standards Have Been Approved

2016 ALTA/NSPS Standards Approved

The 2016 Minimum Standard Details Requirements for ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys document has been approved. While we don’t have an official report on the exact date they were approved, they are now posted on the NSPS website. The document itself shows the last edited date as October 19, 2015. The effective date for these new … Read more2016 ALTA/NSPS Standards Have Been Approved

Bibb County Defeats Monroe County in Boundary Dispute

Bibb County Defeats Monroe County in Boundary Dispute

In the latest round of back-and-forth between two counties in Georgia, the State Supreme Court ruled in favor of Bibb County over Monroe County. The dispute has reportedly been going on since the 1940s, but it seems it might finally be coming to a conclusion. Or not. The Georgia Supreme Court ruling overturns a previous … Read moreBibb County Defeats Monroe County in Boundary Dispute

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