WithersRavenel celebrates National Surveyors Week
We love our surveyors!
As National Surveyors Week (March 17-23) kicks off, WithersRavenel has several events planned. We’ll have a special breakfast and photo booth at our Cary headquarters along with events at other offices. WithersRavenel will also be recognizing our surveyors throughout the week on our social media channels.
The goal of the annual national week is to increase public awareness of the work of surveyors through education, the media and public service. The important work of surveyors can go unrecognized to members of the public, but the value of surveyors is immense. One of the key aspects of our nation’s growth and success is land ownership. Surveyors play a vital role in the stability and rule of law when it comes to property rights, and are also vital to business and development.
Surveying has been a key core of the work at WithersRavenel since 1990. Interested in what surveyors do on a daily basis? The links below offer insights into surveying work at WithersRavenel and the profession.
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