James Barnett
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Managing office and field schedule

Started this discussion. Last reply by José Pimenta Jun 10. 7 Replies

As our company grows, we are having trouble keeping the department's schedule running nice and smooth. We have tried, using calendars, and spreadsheets, but it seems that for us a whiteboard for the…Read more →

Tags: management, calendar, schedule

Do you use "per document"?

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Barnett Oct 30, 2017. 5 Replies

Do any of you use per document or per plat, even if the dedication is from another document? I like using per for something like this: 50' r/w per Plat Book I, Page 2, because I don't know where the…Read more →

Kansas Riparian Rights

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jaybird Apr 1, 2017. 1 Reply

I'm getting info together to take the Kansas state specific and I can't seem to find much info on riparian rights. The only study info I can seem to find is the Minimum Standards, Statutes and Rules…Read more →

Tags: high, water, low, mean, riparian

Locating concrete Right of Way monuments

Started this discussion. Last reply by James Barnett Oct 4, 2016. 13 Replies

I want to see how you guys and gals are locating your old concrete right-of-way monuments in your areas. Here in Arkansas I've been told by several older surveyors that you should not locate the…Read more →

Tags: monument, right of way

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José Pimenta replied to James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
"You can try smartsheet. You can also use it for equipment tracking."
Jun 10
Richard Radke replied to James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
"James, your focus on wanting to continue to get more organized and more efficient as you grow is awesome. It is important to note I lead a SaaS company with a web-based, integrated software system built for land surevying companies called…"
May 27
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Managing office and field schedule

As our company grows, we are having trouble keeping the department's schedule running nice and smooth. We have tried, using calendars, and spreadsheets, but it seems that for us a whiteboard for the fieldcrew and a whiteboard for the cad team is the way to go. Does anyone out there have some good ideas that allow the project manager, fieldcrews, and the cad team to all see schedules at the same time so everyone knows what is going on and can give their input?See More
May 23
David Watterston replied to James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
"Hi James, we used to use a book then white boards then call everyone to check they know what they are doing etc etc... We created in 2007/2008 a data base using Microsoft Access under windows XP professional but in 2012/2014 this became very tedious…"
May 23
James Barnett replied to James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
"Great suggestions everyone. I don't think I will ever stop using the whiteboard, but one day I hope to find a good management software, that let's everyone participate from the office or the field."
May 23
MACIU DELAINATARA replied to James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
"You're on the right track James, there may be a few apps around but the white board is still the best. A board for everyone to see, as soon as anyone comes in the office or while working or whatever one is doing, it is there reminding the whole…"
May 23
Guille replied to James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
"Hello everyone ! This is my first response to this discussion, but I go there, I work for a small survey company in Florida, and we have experienced several "growing pains" but, we have learned from it. Monitoring the crews and CAD…"
May 22
Ted Link favorited James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
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Ted Link replied to James Barnett's discussion Managing office and field schedule
"There are a lot of apps if everyone involved can get on board with one, I think that a schedule template from Excel is easy and can be done by smart phone or tablet or laptop/ PC. The real issue is every one understanding that things change quickly…"
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Managing office and field schedule

As our company grows, we are having trouble keeping the department's schedule running nice and smooth. We have tried, using calendars, and spreadsheets, but it seems that for us a whiteboard for the fieldcrew and a whiteboard for the cad team is the way to go. Does anyone out there have some good ideas that allow the project manager, fieldcrews, and the cad team to all see schedules at the same time so everyone knows what is going on and can give their input?See More
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Do you use "per document"?

Do any of you use per document or per plat, even if the dedication is from another document? I like using per for something like this: 50' r/w per Plat Book I, Page 2, because I don't know where the r/w was originally platted.See More
Nov 3, 2017
James Barnett replied to James Barnett's discussion Do you use "per document"?
"I always show where my information came from, but I have ran across some people that only like using "per" if that document dedicated, and "as shown on" for documents that only list the information even if they don't…"
Oct 30, 2017
Matthew Jennings replied to James Barnett's discussion Do you use "per document"?
"I ALWAYS use per.  How else can you expect the others following you to know where you got the data.  Whether it is correct or not, you have told them where you got the information and it helps them figure out why you did what you…"
Oct 30, 2017

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I am here because I am a.
Professional Land Surveyor
Surveyor Bio:
I went to college to be a computer programmer, but realized exclusively sitting in front a computer was not for me. I had a friend who's mother was a survey professor and I went to talk to her about the career. I fell in love with the idea of being able to be outside and travel, but still use my natural affinity for computers on a day to day basis. I then proceeded to acquire my B.S. in Spatial Information Systems and my license. I've worked in the Florida Keys, north and south Arkansas, and in south Texas. Each of these areas I have seen beautiful parts of our country and met wonderful people. I am now unemployed and I have started trying to connect with other surveyors looking for work that will allow me to travel.
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Arkansas/USA
Licenses Certifications or Awards
Arkansas PS 1666
Texas RPLS 6956
Oklahoma PLS 1975
I have experience with the following
GPS, topographic, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, GIS, Survey Office, Construction
How many years have you been surveying?
10 years / 7
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
Total Stations, GPS, Surveying Software, Robotics, Automatic Levels, theodolite

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