Table of Contents - The American Surveyor - Vol.15, No1 2018

Marc Cheves, PS
Editorial: Building America
With construction backlog on the upswing, 2018 promises to be a great year for surveyors.
By Marc Cheves, PS, PE

Jason E. Foose, PS
Decided Guidance: Bryant v. Blevins Part 4 - Epilogue - The Practical Location of Boundaries
Tossing a few lawn darts and swiping a credit card for a few hours of labor is not retracement surveying.
By Jason E. Foose, PS

Allen E. Cheves
From The Ground Up
With more than 30 year’s experience, an Illinois family focuses on quality and innovation for everything a surveyor needs.
By Allen E. Cheves

Michael J. Pallamary, PS
Who Owns Your Monuments?
An interesting California case involving floodway takings and hidden monuments buried under the ground.
By Michael J. Pallamary, PS

Kevin P. Corbley
Disaster Response
Effective geospatial data management is critical to our increasing need to deal with a variety of disasters.
By Kevin P. Corbley

Dave Lindell, PS
Test Yourself 48: An Inside Job
Points A, B, C, and Q lie on the circumference of the large circle. Q is the radius point of the small circle. AQ intersects the small circle at D. What is angle BDC?
By Dave Lindell, PS

Joe Beeching
Mobile LiDAR
Can advancements in mobile LiDAR combat the trend for DIY surveys?
By Joe Beeching

Wendy Lathrop, PS, CFM
Vantage Point: The Highest Point
The Highest Point Not known for its elevation relief, New Jersey still boasts an important early-day triangulation point.
By Wendy Lathrop, PS, CFM