The Mason-Dixon line, although drawn in 1763, is still used today to describe the division between the northern and southern parts of the United States. The area was first surveyed by Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon to settle a property dispute. Although the line would come to have historical importance years later, it was
I have been asked many times what it takes to become a registered professional Land Surveyor or what are the Professional Land Surveyor Qualifications or requirements. I hope this article will help clear up some questions for those who would like to become registered or just those curious about the Land Surveying Profession. Take a
As we approach the final construction layout phase of the KIA Auto Plant in West Point, Georgia, our crews are working on the VPC portion of the project. Point To Point Land Surveyors has spent over 2 years at the Kia West Point Plant with as many as 4 crews on-site at one time. Using
Point To Point Land Surveyors are active members of the Georgia Wireless Association. In an effort to keep up on the latest industry information, Charles Iner and Michael Williams are attending events facilitated by the GWA. During recent events we were able to meet some new faces in the telecommunication industry and some "old" faces
Started on March 3, 2004, Point To Point Land Surveyors is pleased to celebrate its fifth year anniversary. Still continuing to grow even in the hard economic times, P2P is staying on course with the values and dedication that has gotten us this far. Looking back it hardly seems like 5 years have past
Point To Point Land Surveyors is a BBB Accredited Business and has been since 2005. We pride ourselves on customer service. For our returning clients trust is not an issue. But for first time clients your trust must be earned. As a BBB Accredited Business you have the added insurance of us being a member
“The first land surveyors to chart Georgia were actually Spanish seafaring explorers. The first surveys completed on the land that is present-day Georgia were geodetic surveys that charted the coast. French Jesuits would later move farther inland, charting the geography they came across as they went.” Read more at History of Georgia Land Surveying.