Tag: surveying

RLG Consulting Engineers Announces David M. Goodson’s Retirement

David M. Goodson, PE is a past recipient of Zweig Group’s Courage in Leadership Award. Dallas, TX, — RLG Consulting Engineers, a Dallas-based civil, structural,...

Mount Etna, a Laboratory

GNSS and precise point positioning aid understanding of magma movement in active volcanoes. By John Stenmark Italy’s Mount Etna is one of the world’s most famous...

Bringing Productivity to a Stop

Geospatial professionals in Sweden blend technologies and software to cut costs and increase safety in updating roadside bus stops. By John Stenmark How complicated can it...

Simplifying Complexity with Scanning

Flood Protection Project in Cedar Rapids, Iowa a Good Test for Surveying Technology and Processes By Mary Jo Wagner With survey projects, there’s complex, there’s very...

Three GPS benefits

Location and spatial data can improve productivity, safety, and surveying for heavy civil construction. By Joshua Progar Does the phrase “over schedule and over budget” sound...

Identity crisis

A good engineer is not just an engineer. By Andy Sciarabba, P.E. The youth of today have it tough: They must decide what they want to...

Deepwater Wind study will create 3D map of offshore wind site

Deepwater Wind, beginning a new intensive phase of work on its Skipjack Wind Farm, deployed oceanographic vessels and dozens of experts tasked with completing Deepwater Wind’s multi-million dollar offshore research.

DBF surveying adds machine control technology

Davis, Bowen & Friedel, Inc. (DBF) announced enhancements to the surveying services provided by the firm with the addition of state-of-the-art machine control technology.

Sokkia introduces high-performance manual total station

Sokkia’s latest addition to its iM line of manual total stations is designed to provide powerful performance in an affordable package — the iM-50.

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