PLSC Membership Renewals
Posted March 30, 2015
PLSC Membership Renewals now require logging in to update your individual membership record. The login is at the top of this page. Instructions for renewal are listed as the first option under the above Membership tab. You can also renew quickly over the phone at (303) 551-3266, if you prefer.
Thank you to our sponsors and exhibitors
Posted March 30, 2015
Thank you to our 2015 Rocky Mountain Surveyors Summit Sponsors and Exhibitors. Their support adds to the success of the Summit.Exhibitors:Assurance Risk Management, CAD-1, Carlson Software, Diversified Underground, Frontier Precision, Geoshack, Hixon Mfg. & Supply Co., Jacobs Engineering, NOAA/NGS, Terrametrix, Underground Consulting Solutions (UCS), Vectors Platinum Sponsors:Frontier Precision, Hixon Mfg. & Supply Co., Underground Consulting Solutions (UCS)Gold Sponsors:Blue Margin, CAD-1, Diversified Underground, Geoshack, Jacobs Engineering, WoolpertBronze Sponsors:Mapworks, SAM Inc.
2015 GPS DayPosted February 28, 2015Join the CSRN for our 5th Annual GPS Day Event. There will be activities to learn about GPS and GIS (and what they stand for) as well as Land Surveying, Geocaching, Geodesy and how these things impact us in our daily life.Read More >>
Posted December 08, 2014
NSPS Thanks to all who have commented on the series of questions that have been posted about the ALTA/ACSM Land Title Survey Requirements. From time to time, we receive requests for access to the entire series of questions. Access can be achieved through the link, http://multibriefs.com/briefs/NSPS/ and in the search box type in ALTA. NSPS also plans to provide this link directly from their soon-to-be-completed new website.
|Land Surveyor||Federal Highway Administration||03/05/15|
PLSC would like to introduce you to our members. If you would like to submit your photo and information for a future Spotlight, email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don Lambert, PLS
, started out surveying with his dad in 1982. He became licensed in Colorado in 1995 and has a BS in Applied Mathematics from UCD (1992) and an MS in GIS (2011). His partner, Eldon Knoll, and Don ran Frontier Surveying, Inc. for 15 years. This last year he started hisown solo operation, ESI Land Surveying, LLC.
The final project for hismaster’s degree was the creation of the Colorado Monument Records – Google Earth project website. The website utilizes the USGS GCDB positional data for section corner positions and links to the monument records as filed with the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA). The website can be found at CP-DB.com. Lambert notes, "The project has been a great learning experience. It's very rewarding to know so many surveyors find it to be a useful resource."