My Surveying Experience

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Sant Celoni, Barcelona


Birthday:

November 30


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I´m strong speciallized in tunnelling surveying. More than 20 years of professional work, and more than 15 years with my father (2nd Surveyor Engineer at Spain). For every work in relation to civil projects, buildings and industrial.


I have experience with the following

GPS, topographic, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, control network surveys, ground movement monitoring, teaching, Survey Office, Archeaology, Construction, Expert Testimony, Other


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  • David , Let me say i think you are a real smart person  You have good knowledge and experience , Maybe our regions are the difference . a traverse line is still a traverse but it is not used in this context, this helps separate them.So a traverse is not a traverse line as in a open traverse this is only used in there descriptions .this is to teach new surveyors the difference ,so they will not get confused  on what they are working on. because a traverse line has stations this is not used in a traverse.

    billy

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