My Surveying Experience

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St. George's


Birthday:

December 6


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Currently in private practice. Retired from the government service as Director of Lands and Surveys in 2000. Served as a Commissioner in the determination of the Maritime Boundary between Grenada and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Want to share information and experiences with fellow Surveyors.


I have experience with the following

cadastral, topographic, boundary surveys


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  • Greetings.  

    Your efforts might be helped by simple yet dynamic Trigonometry and Geometry Software for Land Surveying Calculations.

    Down load a free version of DC_Survey from 

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    Let me know if this software helps.

    Marcus

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