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Presented by Dan Martin, NGS Advisor, Vermont
May 21, 2013
CCSU Institute for Technology & Business
New Britain, CT
Do you need to get your questions answered on the many NAD83 coordinate systems new and old? Our speaker will cover the development and changes to the NSRS and conduct an
in-depth discussion of why those changes have taken place over time and… Read more
April 26, 2013
Italian Heritage Center, Portland, ME
Carmen Anthony’s Fish House
Join us for a very interesting and informative presentation regarding the installation of a new 137-foot long pre-assembled covered timber truss bridge which was assisted by a Dennis Foran, P.E., L.S., CALS member who volunteered for the project. The new bridge spans over Route 316 in Andover just south of Route 6. It fills a gap left by removal of… Read more
This period, March 17 – 23, 2013, was established by the 109th Congress in 2006. In so doing, the Congress called upon the people of the United States to observe, celebrate, and “pay tribute to professional land surveyors for their contribution to society”. They also invited the citizenry to “look back at the historic contributions of surveying and look ahead to the new technologies which… Read more
The Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors (CALS) has recently published a 33 page booklet of authoritative tidal data entitled “Resources for Tidal and Navigable Waters in Connecticut”. The booklet contains a complete range of tidal elevations for every tidal town in Connecticut, including the Connecticut, Housatonic and Thames rivers. The tidal elevations include coastal jurisdiction line (CJL), mean high water (MHW), mean low water (MLW)… Read more
The Land Surveying Certificate has been approved by the Board of Regents for Higher Education, and Charter Oak State College (COSC) is accepting applications for the certificate program.
How do you start the process?
1. Go to http://www.charteroak.edu/Prospective/Apply/ and save the certificate application form. Fill out the form, check off the Land Surveying box, and send in the form with a $75 fee.
2. … Read more