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    Land Surveyor Qualification and Training

    If you want to become a professional surveyor, you need to be licensed first. Most surveyors need bachelor’s degree in surveying or similar field. You can take bachelor’s degree exam in surveying in many colleges, universities, schools or technical institutes. Studying programs in surveying and surveying technology can take from one to three years to [...]

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Land Surveyors Job

Public land, topography or private property survey  is done by an authorized person – land surveyor . There are different regulations for each state. Method of measurement vary  between them so as their description writing of land. They use various research methods and analysis depending on the laws of the area where property has been assessed. Professional land [...]

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Topographical Survey

Topographical Survey  indicates the aspects of the land surface. These aspects include relief, natural elements, and artificial (or man-made) elements. Relief is the Earth surface and includes such aspects as hills, valleys, plains, summits, depressions, and other natural features, such as trees, streams, and lakes. Man-made features are highways, bridges, dams, wharfs, buildings, and so forth. A graphic representation [...]

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Boundary Surveys

A boundary survey actuate the dividing lines of a parcel described in a deed. It will also indicate the length of any leagal rights or infringement and may show the limitations imposed on the property by state or local regulations. A Boundary Survey will also reveal any infringement. An infringement is the use of a [...]

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Total Station

Measuring, mapping, and observing are the leading functions of the Texas land survey.  The most important surveying tool is total station. The name came from incorporating a distance meter for measuring distances and theodolite for measuring angles into one device.   The total station is supported either by pole or tripod. It sends a beam of infrared light towards an optical [...]

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Theodolite

A theodolite is an optical equipment for measuring horizontal and vertical angles. It’s mounted on an adjustable tripod with spirit level and used in triangulation networks. It is a major surveying and engineering tool used especially on remote and inaccessible ground. Theodolite provides very accurate readings and the angles can be read to fractions of [...]

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Land Surveyor Qualification and Training

If you want to become a professional surveyor, you need to be licensed first. Most surveyors need bachelor’s degree in surveying or similar field. You can take bachelor’s degree exam in surveying in many colleges, universities, schools or technical institutes. Studying programs in surveying and surveying technology can take from one to three years to [...]

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Land Surveyor Education

Land surveyor job market is very competitive and to secure a job in this field depends on a level of degree. Many colleges offer 2 or 4 year undergraduate programs and only few universities offer graduate Land Surveyor education programs. All programs include studies of math and science. This is necessary to measure geographic landscapes [...]

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