Surveyors, there are lots of ways that we can benefit as a community by simply knowing more about each other. Use this space to introduce yourself to the group. Posting an introduction in this category is a terrific way to express what you would like to get out of your membership with Land Surveyors United. Where do you live? Have you ever really messed up a survey? Who would you like to meet? What is your area of expertise? What was the most exciting project you've worked on? The sky is the limit...This is what Surveyor 2 Surveyor Support is all about!
If you have surveying equipment, software or field gear for sale, this is the category to post it in. Be sure to post photos and complete descriptions with your items. View Discussions ↷
Land Surveyors United is the world's FIRST Global Social Network for geospatial professionals. We have dedicated, geolocated support groups for practically every country, continent and state on earth, for you to utilize for building your personal network. We are all essentially concerned with the same issues, no matter where we are located on earth. However, surveying practices and methods vary depending on the geographic location where we work. If you have noticed similarities and differences between the conditions, laws and practices between two or more areas of the world, discuss it in this forum. Build your reputation online by posting relevant discussions in your local group below.
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Not based in the US? Here are other groups for surveyors around the worldto join and contribute knowledge and experiences as a land surveyor:
Surveying Documents Category is where surveyors Share their typical surveying related documents such as surveying checklists, surveying job forms,background checks, common field documents etc. for use in the field. We also have a documents library for help files and support documentation for surveying equipment.
Everyone must start somewhere. In this forum topic, professional land surveyors can offer advice to those new to the industry and new surveyors can ask questions to the pros! If you're just starting out, ask questions and get answers from those experienced in surveying. Don't be afraid... you will not be put down for asking the questions on your mind.
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