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The Schneider Blog

Tag Archives: land surveyor

Sometimes GIS Really Does Mean “Get It Surveyed”

by Mike on April 16, 2015

How is GIS helping the industry with locating facilities above and below ground?  
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Mapping Physical Change in the Corporate World

by Mike on February 23, 2015

Satisfaction and pride in the results of working on a number of visible projects over time.
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Everywhere I Go, I see the Results of One of Our Projects...

by Mike on January 22, 2015

Satisfaction and pride in the results of working on a number of visible projects over time. ... Continue Reading >

Municipal Asbuilt Documentation: Digital Workflows

by Mike on January 7, 2015

Municipalities in Indiana can take advantage of CAD-to-GIS guidelines from IGIC and Schneider Geospatial’s web portal interfaces to manage infrastructure and public works activities while leveraging data created already being created by engineers and consultants. ... Continue Reading >

What Drives the Cost of a Boundary Survey?

by Cindy on June 13, 2014

What drives the cost of a boundary survey?  There are many factors that affect the cost of a boundary survey. For example, the site location, how the land is described in the record description, the amount of record research required, the time of year (related to weather and vegetation), and size of the property can all weigh heavily on the cost.   ... Continue Reading >