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Washington Monument Leveling

Discussion in 'Surveying & Geomatics' started by DaveD, Mar 29, 2012.

  1. DaveD

    DaveD 4-Year Member

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    It's not too often that surveying gets some good press -- Washington Monument Leveling podcast

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  2. Jered McGrath PLS

    Jered McGrath PLS 5-Year Member

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  3. Ralph Perez

    Ralph Perez 6-Year Member

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    > It's not too often that surveying gets some good press -- Washington Monument Leveling podcast
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    > [size=small]<moved to Land Surveying category>
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  4. William D.

    William D. 4-Year Member

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    Good work Dave. Thanks for getting exposure for the land surveying community on the tax payers tab no less.
     

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