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International Surveyors Week 2019 is your time to shine! Use this opportunity to make yourself worth more to the public by sharing experience, surveying photos and videos of surveying in your location. We built a story map to illustrate this incredible week for land surveyors.
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Welcome to all of our newest members of the community! By tomorrow we will have over 15,400 members worldwide!  I just want to bring you all up to speed on a few improvements, enhancements and additions to the community over the past week.   Our traffic is up over 400% from this time last month and the community is starting to explode with connectedness.
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It's been a great week on Land Surveyors United and a lot of new updates and features to share but I am going to try to make this short and just provide some links to things to check out and get involved with.   
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I was rummaging through some of my files today and came across the Faircloth Notes. The document is called “Land Surveying in Alabama” by James M Faircloth. Faircloth was a professor in the Civil Engineering department at the University of Alabama. (Dr. Turner, it’s still hard for me to type or say that.)

During his 36 years at the University he taught Surveying, collected…

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Happy Birthday Land Surveyors United

 

9 Years ago today,during the absolute worst of times, my dad and I started Land Surveyors United in order to change the ways that land surveyors communicated, how they found support and the public perception of what a land surveyor does. With just 5 members and a hard drive full of knowledge base…

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