AxeMen Site Prep
  • Charleston, SC
  • United States
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Surveyor Bio:
What We Do:

With a current combined 55+ years of experience in every geographical region and with every type of land surveying, we prepare a job site as though we were doing the survey ourselves. Our intended services are but not limited to the following:
1) Provide an affordable service to land surveying professionals and established contractors
2) Offer flexible and reasonable project assessments, with timely service completion
3) An "Axemen" project manager will be available for consultation and around the clock support and assistance on site or by phone for project managers and /or crew chiefs, contractors, and superintendents.
4) We will locate existing property corners, cut, tag and flag line of sight and can accomplish pretty much anything that your normal crew would do for site preparation-but in a fraction of the time.

5) We have the ability to provide precise mapping coordinates using the latest technology available such as Google Earth, Real Time Kinematic global positioning and GPS.

6) We are partners with one of the nations leading equipment suppliers and distributors, therefore, we can easily accomplish anything related to GPS location, stake out and communication.
Company
AxeMen Site Prep Services for Land Surveyors
Location
Charleston, SC
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Our Experience:


With a current combined 55+ years of experience (AXEMEN Administrators) in every geographical region and with every type of land surveying, we will prepare your job site as though it were our own. Our intended services are, but are not limited to:
1) Establishing an Open Line of Sight for faster locations and staking out
2) Cutting out Property, TOPO or Traverse Lines
3) Helping you in whatever it takes to get the project finished ahead of your companies scheduled deadlines
How many years have you been surveying?
55+
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
any and everytype you can think of

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At 10:29pm on March 16, 2011, Scott D. Warner, PLS said…

Axe, Charleston...hmm.  I do remember laying ground gps control for new aerial photography (20,000 feet flights) for the entire state of SC a few years ago.  I was responsible for the Southern 1/2 of the state and my partner was responsible for the Northern 1/2.  I planned the entire mission with the exception of the request from my partner that he get the North part because he wanted to visit his daughter in Virginia. We drew the line between our missions from Charleston, Northwest to somewhere East of  Greenville.  That meant that he got Myrtle Beach and I got Hilton Head for recreational hiatus, which was cool for me, but what wasn't so cool was the July weather.  100 degrees? yup.  Humidity? 120% - I was dripping every time I left the truck to make a 20-minute static reading.  Overall, a very enlightening experience - oh speaking of light, I almost forgot that while driving at a mere 65mph a freak wind blew the bubbles right off the top of the truck, yeah, hanging and bouncing off the paint job on the  side door.  Oh well,  I survived and instead of being dropped by helicopter soon thereafter on an island just off the coast of Louisiana, which I was totally looking forward to doing,  I watched the news as the hurricane that we were worried would spoil the mission really did spoil it.  I never saw that island.  It may no longer exist, thanks to Katrina.  Another mission survived and another day in the life of a Land Surveyor.  There is no such thing as a typical day in this profession.

Peace,

-Scott D. Warner, R.L.S.  

At 10:13pm on April 8, 2010, Barry Coughlin said…
I like the ingenuity behind the niche market! I have cut many lines through the Florida jungle. I have also been outbid because of the land clearing estimate, but that was 10 years ago. Now there isn't any work and I am glad to be retired, although the circumstances kind of suck. Good luck!

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