What we Do
Coastal Boundary Surveys
Evidences the location of the shoreline of a body of tidally influenced water that existed prior to the commencement of any erosion response activity
Performed in order to measure, mark, and map the boundary lines of land ownership.
Used in Real Estate transactions to show all improvements on a residential piece of property
Depicts the location and depth of existing and manmade water features
Depicts existing contours and/or spot elevations on the earth’s surface
Used for the mapping of railroads, highways, utility corridors, canal and levee systems, as well as large acreage tracts.
What People are Saying
Stephen Blaskey continues to be a true leader in the Surveying and Mapping world since I first met him while he was attending Texas A & M University. We meet frequently to discuss our ideas on how GIS and database management can add so much value to a surveying operation. His incredible intelligence and ability to make complex things very simple continues to amaze me. I am honored to have Stephen as a friend, colleague, and mentor. He is selfless when it comes to helping others as he shares his knowledge and breakthroughs to any surveyors with desire to listen.
Working with Stephen has been amazing. Professional, courteous, and always ready to answer questions!
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Now that you have a GIS System that is manag- ing all of your current activities you need to create a way to get your Historic Surveying Information into your GIS. In order to tackle this task we will need to divide your Historic Data into two different categories: “Before GIS” and “After GIS,” as the […]
Now that one third of the G I S System has been built it is now time to implement the rest of the system, the Mapping Engine and the Linkage. Building the Mapping Engine is going to take some exploration on the part is the GIS System developer, as the developer will have to search all […]