Surveyors in LA?



#2

My property melted in the Sayre Fires 11/08.
Killed my equipment, all melted. Now trying to rebuild
and dirt is odd terrain. Any local members who are
capable of doing 3D drainage and survey of dirt/lines?
Drop me a mail but only if you love the HP41C.

Doug


#3

Sounds like you need a civil engineer if you are doing any drainage design. If you are planning on recording an official map and setting property corners you need a licensed surveyor. Look in the phone book or internet. Lots of surveying and civil engineering firms with licensed people.


#4

Thanks!
And may all your property drainage be proper during flood.

Best


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