Table of Contents – The American Surveyor – Vol.7, No.4 2010

Editorial:
The Right Tools
By Marc Cheves, LS
 
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Civic Duty—Civic Engineering and Information Technologies
In more ways than one, this state-of-the-art Nashville firm has weathered the economy by diversifying into GIS and precise surveying.
By Marc Cheves, LS

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Phased Contracting
A San Diego surveyor provides a solution to out-of-scope extra work—one of the thorniest aspects of client relations.
Michael J. Pallamary, LS

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When Two Become One—Law of Merger of Adjoining Parcels
With the increasing amount of in-fill projects across the country, parcel mergers take on added importance.
By Lloyd Pilchen, LS, Esq.

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Building a Fully-Functioning County GIS in Five Years
Surveying and geodesy provide a key role in creating a useful public utility.
By Michael Daly, LS, PE

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Full Steam Ahead—Applying 3-D Laser Scanning to a Boiler Plant
Scanning replaces traditional hand-measurements in a daunting and complicated project at North Carolina State University.
By Drew C. Bjorklund, AIA, Ed Oliveras, and Damian Lallathin

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Reconnaissance:
Rewriting Legal Desciptions
By Gary Kent, LS

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Vantage Point:
Professionalism, Logic, and Law
By Wendy Lathrop, LS, CFM

101kb
Feedback

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Surveyor’s Report:
Licensure by Apprenticeship—Effects on the Surveying Profession
Dave Gibson, LS, PhD

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