CLSA Webinar: Phasing Boundary Surveys

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Time: Wednesday, 11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon
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The traditional approaches to boundary surveys used by many land surveyors makes little business sense. They expose the surveyor to unnecessary risk of reduced profit or financial loss. In this seminar we examine three (3) of these traditional approaches and discuss why they don’t work from a business perspective. We then consider what land surveyors can learn about improving their profit performance on boundary services by looking at the way other small business people approach their work. The speaker then presents an approach he uses to improve his profit performance on boundary surveys: phasing. This discussion includes the reasons to phase a project, the project types that are best suited to phasing, and tips for how to phase a project. The seminar concludes by walking the audience through an example project and discussing how to propose on the project so that a phased boundary survey can be used.

Webinar Presenter: Landon Blake
Landon works as a land surveyor in the Central California and Western Nevada. He is licensed in California and Nevada. He is a Certified Federal Surveyor. He attended the land surveying program at Flathead Valley Community College where he graduated with an AAS in land surveying. Landon currently works as the Mapping Department Manager for Hawkins and Associates Engineering in Modesto, California. Landon serves as the volunteer editor of the California Surveyor Magazine (publication of the California Land Surveyors Association) and is a member of the CLSA Orange County Chapter. Landon also participates in the California Geodetic Control Working Group and maintains the California Central Valley Survey Control Network.