- History Corner: Israel Ludlow by Gordon Mitchell
A Miami Valley, Ohio Surveyor
- Feature: Mountain of Mud
After a mudslide wiped out a railroad track in Oregon, surveying and restoring it in miserable conditions proved a monumental task.
- Feature: Front Range Surveyors Unite
In Colorado, a new RTK network has taken shape and grown rapidly, seeing many uses.
- Feature: Beyond Supplemental Surveys
A southeastern engineering and surveying firm finds that adding GNSS capabilities allows it to go after different types of work.
- Feature: Measurement Goes Industrial
In manufacturing industries such as semiconductors, surveyors can apply their expertise to laying out machines. The rules are slightly different in this high-precision, complex indoor environment.
- 3D Scanning: Clouds and CAD Together
New software combines point cloud data from laser scanning with traditional CAD techniques, creating opportunities for one surveying and engineering firm.
- Aerial Perspective: Aerial Photography from the Past to the Present
- Book Review: Chaining Oregon: Surveying the Public Lands of the Pacific Northwest 1851-1855, by Kay Atwood by Wilhelm A. Schmidt, PLS
- Business Angle: The Virtual Office by Jeff Salmon, Editor
Cost-cutting Survival Tool for Your Survey Shop
- Conference Recap: New York's 50th Conference is Golden by Bill Beardslee, PLS, PE, PP
- The Next Generation: Surveying's Weak Suit by Ashley Rose-Nalin
- Rules of the Game: Griffin's Survey Methods: Retracement by Donald A. Wilson, LLS, PLS, RPF, Land Boundary Consultant
- Surveying The Capitol: Changes Are Coming to the Davis-Bacon Prevailing Wage Act by Laurence Socci
- Northern Lights: OEM Spotlight on GNSS
As a Canadian supplier to surveying equipment manufactureres, NovAtel offers a unique perspective.
- Stories from the "E" File: X Marks the Spot by Thomas LaCorte, PSM
- Intersect: Infrastructure Plus Intersecting by Janet Jackson, GISP and Randy Rambeau, Sr., PLS
Does it equal survival in today's market?
- Editor's Desk: The More GNSS Technology Advances, the More We Need Surveyors by Tom Gibson, PE
- Letters to the Editor
- Out Of Plumb by Chase Perryman