Ireland Land Surveyors group forum is for professional surveyors who work in Ireland, a subgroup of Surveyors Europe. Share your experiences surveying in Ireland in this group. Tip:Tag your photos and videos 'Ireland'See More
Land Surveying Ethics is a discussion forum for issues involving ethics in the practice of Land Surveying. Every Land Surveyor has faced or will face an ethical problem or concern. This is where we air it out and compare notes. What is or is not ethical is sometimes a matter of law, sometimes a matter of opinion, but always a matter of morality.See More
Land Surveyors University Officially Open! Everyone starts here at Level One. Submit your mission evidence (info below) in order to receive invitation to Level Two and beyond. Good Luck Surveyors!See More
This group is for LSU members who use Leica Instruments in the field. This group is for discussions and tutorials related to Leica user.LSU is not directly affiliated with Leica and all logos and imagery are copyright of their respective owners.See More
• Plan, coordinate and supervise the work of several field survey crews.
• Performed and supervised various surveying functions including topography surveys, construction surveys, etc.
• Independently communicated on technical matters with the client.
• Last 3 years I m a project leader for cadastral surveying
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