PLSC is dedicated to the improvement of land surveying education and practice. We encourage land surveying professionals and individuals interested in our profession to participate in our upcoming events, visit our Chapter websites and get involved! This is a great profession, and PLSC is here to support the profession to continually improve the practice within Colorado.
Need a Land Surveyor?
PLSC cannot recommend one surveyor over another. If you need a land surveyor, please go to the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) and download the list of Colorado licensed surveyors and also check for any disciplinary actions against a particular surveyor under the "Verify License Tab" on the DORA site. Certified Federal Surveyors are listed at www.cfeds.org/roster.asp. Be sure to check references for the surveyor you are considering hiring.
Stolen property Posted January 05, 2017
Survey company property stolen in downtown Fort Worth between evening 22 December and morning 27 December, 2016.2-2007 White Chevrolet 1500 single cab pickups with Topper covers1-Honda 4 x 4 300 ATV1-Kawak Kawasaki ATV1-C & S 4' x 6' Utility Trailer1- HP 3800 Distance MeterI- Lincoln shop welder1- 20 gal. air compressor1- auto-leveling levelNumerous survey, yard, and general tools Any information please contact Fort Worth Police or Coy D. Landes, 817-870-1220.
The American Association for Geodetic Surveying (AAGS) is in the early stages of pursuing development of a Geodetic Certification Program at the request of NSPS and ASPRS. As part of that process, AAGS created an online survey. The purpose is to raise awareness of the proposed program and identify the required depth of geodetic knowledge. More information can be found on the survey web page at geodetic.xyz/survey/index.php/378997. Feel free to share the survey link with any other geospatial professional organizations or individuals. The program is being developed in cooperation with other organizations, so you may receive (or have received) additional announcements. Please forgive any multiple postings. Thank you in advance for your willingness to participate in this important survey! Best regards,Michael L. Dennis, RLS, PEChair, AAGS Geodetic Education and Certification Committee
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Brian Dennis is a licensed Professional Land Surveyor in the states of Colorado, Nevada and Kansas and currently resides in Colorado Springs, Co. Brian has nearly 20 years of land surveying experience in the private sector and is currently a Senior Survey Project Manager with Galloway & Company, Inc. He is a current Director on the Board for Southern Chapter of the PLSC and a past President of the CSRN, serving two consecutive one year terms for 2011-2012. He has also served as a past Director for the CSRN and as Vice President. Due to changing needs within the survey community, in 2014, the CSRN Chapter was dissolved and the GPS Committee was formed in its place. Brian wanting to remain involved became a committee member and is current to date. In addition, he is a PLSC Legislative Committee member for the past 8 years and the new Colorado representative for the Youth program with NSPS. He has been an active member of the PLSC for over a decade. Brian has been involved in the Height Modernization Advisory Committee and past PLSC representative of the GIS in the Rockies planning committee (2007-2009). Brian’s focus within the survey community continues to be outreach and introduction of the land surveying profession to the youth. He has accomplished this through the CSRN GPS Day events, GPS committee events, Trig-Star awards speaker, STEM program in Colorado Springs and Denver area and specifically through the Boy and Girl Scouts.
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