Saturday, August 29, 2009

Land Surveying

In wondering around the world wide web as much as I have been lately Land Surveying, as a profession, has been my focus for so long, sometimes I don't always look at all the possibilities, so, that's what I've been doing the last couple of days, you find a ton of articles and sites out there that are just "Survey" sites, and for the most part, it seems, most of the job hunting sites don't seem to recognize Land Surveying as it's own separate profession, it kind of makes me wonder sometimes, you can always find Real Estate, Architecture, Engineering, and the like, but a separate category for Land Surveying just doesn't seem to be one that most of these sites include, makes you wonder why that is. I guess it's my job to put us on the map. Maybe the term "Surveying" needs to be upgraded, I don't know, just thinking out loud here.


Michael said...

I just come through your post.Land surveyors can determine the boundary measurements to make sure that the plot of land you think you are buying is actually what you are buying. Having a land survey conducted before the land changes hands is simply due diligence.Land survey equipment refers to anything that is used while conducting any surveys as well as those companies that produce them.