How Do I Find Out if Land Is In A Flood Zone

Do you know if your land is in a flood zone? If not, you should. Even if your land does not flood yearly (or even every decade), you may need flood insurance to protect you from a flood that is destined to happen at some point in the future. Most homeowners insurance policies do not

Maryland Cell Tower Surveys

Point To Point Land Surveyors is now offering cell tower land surveying services in the state of Maryland. With the addition of Maryland, Point To Point Land Surveyors is now able to serve our telecommunication clients in 9 states including: Georgia, Maryland, Alabama, Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. What

Mapping the United States-Mexico Border

The border between the United States and Mexico has a long and often tumultuous history. After the end of the Mexican American War in 1848, the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo gave the U.S. over half of Mexico’s land. This area eventually became all of California, Nevada, Utah, and Texas, and parts of Colorado, Arizona, and

History and Functions of USGS

The USGS, or United States Geological Survey, is a scientific agency of the United States government. The role of the USGS is to study the landscape and natural resources of the United States. There are four major disciplines contained within the United States Geological Survey: biology, geography, geology, and hydrology. The purpose of USGS findings

National Surveyors Week

March 21-27, 2010 is designated by the National Society of Professional Surveyors as National Surveyors Week. It is a time for all Professional Land Surveyors to spend educating the public about the Land Surveying profession. As Professional Land Surveyors we are following in the footsteps of some of the most prominent surveyors in American history. 

U.S. Corps of Topographical Engineers

Also known as “topogs,” the Corps of Topographical Engineers was a division of the U.S. Army during the nineteenth century. The Corps of Topographic Engineers was created as an offshoot of the Corps of Engineers, which was founded in 1775 to build fortifications for the army. Established in 1838, the purpose of the topographical engineering

Fort Benning Construction

The increase in the Fort Benning infrastructure has created a lot of construction demand in that area. Point To Point Land Surveyors is on-site assisting in construction layout, staking and as-built surveys. The relationships we’ve developed with grading and construction contractors have enabled us to be a part of this tremendous project. We are proud

Virgil Shugars Party Chief

Point to Point Land Surveyors, Inc. is happy to announce that Virgil Shugars has been hired as a Survey Party Chief in our Mount Airy, Maryland office. Virgil is a respected surveyor with 25 years plus experience in all aspects of surveying such as highway and roadway staking, residential and commercial construction staking, telecommunication surveys

Cell Tower Surveys in the Eastern United States

Point To Point Land Surveyors is happy to announce that with the addition of new associates to our staff we are expanding our Cell Tower Survey coverage throughout the eastern United States. With these additions we can better serve our existing client base when it comes to telecommunication surveys and hopefully attract new clients. Rest

Tennessee Professional Land Surveyor

Charles Lee Iner passed the Tennessee Land Surveyors Board exam and now is licensed to practice Land Surveying in the Tennessee. Mr. Iner is also licensed in Georgia and Alabama. This allows Point To Point Land Surveyors the opportunity to expand the area that they cover for their clients.