Teamed with multiple trade professionals for more than 8 months intricately our surveyor’s laid out the path to completion. Watching the woods being parted at the Brookhaven National Laboratory certainly was poignant.  However, opening the provision of expanse provided Green energy and lighting for more than 4,000 Long Island homes. I considered it a true historic moment.  A huge under taking, we utilized our Trimble robotic total stations, GNSS and conventional tools to perform like a well oiled machine.  The finish is awe inspiring to say the least.




The site wont show up just yet on Google earth but keep watch.  I will post some pictures soon.


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Reply by Deward Karl Bowles on July 19, 2011 at 10:30am
I have to agree on all counts. This is the way of the future. If you are not part of it you are part of the problem.
Reply by Jim on July 18, 2011 at 11:50pm
Could not agree more, over the past 4 years we have seen this "Green" ReNewable energy sources go from a hobbish nature to big business.  The savings and the impact has many taking another look.
Reply by Scott D. Warner, PLS on July 18, 2011 at 10:30pm


I think that going green is not only a reality, it is also a necessity - and a profitable one at that!  Going green saves companies and individuals money, and it creates jobs, none less important than surveying jobs.

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