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Scott did a great job and provided good information!Jun 1, 2017Verified
Scott Stanley was professional and informative. He took the time to patiently answer my unending questions and did a superb job.Apr 15, 2017Verified
Scott done a property survey as well as an elevation certificate for me. Great service wonderful job marking property boundaries and all he done. Very professional and will definitely be hiring Scott on all my future property work. we were in the process of moving and misplaced our survey paperwork, we contacted Scott and he sent another set to us in a matter of days. this guy has great service and a pleasure to work with.Apr 10, 2017Verified
Scott was outstanding. He was able to find all the original pins except for one which he gladly plotted and placed for no extra charge! I am anxiously awaiting the plot map. It truly was a great experience to have him survey my property.Apr 2, 2017Verified
Very professional and courteous. Arrived early and did a great job. Would recommend to anyone who needed a job done.Mar 7, 2017Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?For boundary surveys I charge by the linear foot of boundary line located. There is a minimum price for a parcel of land that is 1/2 acre or less. The unit rate per foot depends upon the type of terrain. Elevation Certificates depend on scope and size of project with a minimum of $425. Construction survey is priced at $90 per hours. Expert Witness Services is $90 per hour with a cap of $400 a day.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?All land surveyors are required to obtain 15 hours of continuing education every year to maintain there license to operate.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I spent 12 years in the U.S. Army as an intelligence analyst. When I exited the military I got a desk job as a C/C++ Programmer. I missed being outside so I decided to get licensed as a land surveyor.