We’re recognizing our surveyors at WithersRavenel this week with special company events and recognition.
March 15-21 is National Surveyors Week – a time to honor the profession for its vital role in our nation’s development and business community. The week also aims to boost public awareness of the profession. We’ll be touting surveyors and their work across our offices and on our social media channels, so follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram for insights into our dedicated staffers and the industry.
The surveying profession is also at the forefront of engineering technology. From conventional survey to Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) and Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and more, WithersRavenel employees utilize a multitude of technologies to provide our public and private clients with the most accurate survey data.
Want to learn more about the profession and what our surveyors do on a daily basis? Check out the links below. We love our surveyors!
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