Tag: Field Crews

3 Tips For Managing Land Surveying Workloads as an Independent Solo Surveyor

Last June I wrote 5 Tips For Working as an Independent Solo Surveyor where I shared a few tips I’ve learned about what works best working as an Independent Solo Surveyor. When considering working as an Independent Solo Surveyor and getting up and running with

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5 Tips For Working as an Independent Solo Surveyor

I’ve now been working as an independent solo surveyor for a few years, and I can’t imagine going back. In large part, this is  because of financial issues involving: hard economic realities, reduced overhead, greater efficiencies, and greater professional freedom.

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SURVEY: What is the size of your typical survey field crew?

I’m only half kidding with the comments I placed within the parenthesis in the survey above. The one useful eye bit refers to the person running the transit; although if I had room I would also have added the usefulness of fingers,

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