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Why are you on my property?

Why are you on my property?

The question Surveyors hear most often, after “Are you taking my picture” is “If you are surveying my neighbor’s property, why are you over here on mine?” The most concise answer I can give is that to survey our client’s property, we must also “survey” the neighbors...
2019 Sporting Clays Invitational

2019 Sporting Clays Invitational

Last Friday, members of the D.L. Howell and HowellKline teams participated in the 2019 Annual Sporting Clays Invitational. The event, held at Lehigh Valley Sporting Clays, benefited the Scout programs of the Chester County Council, Boy Scouts of America. The Scouts...
Drones – The Time Savers of Surveying

Drones – The Time Savers of Surveying

Once a survey proposal is signed, most clients typically ask, “When can I expect the plan?”. Time is money, and surveys take time. For large projects, it can take weeks or even months to complete the fieldwork, reduce the survey notes, assemble the job data, and draft...
Chesco Views and Surveying

Chesco Views and Surveying

On a regular basis we receive calls from property owners who have searched for their property on the County Geographic information system (GIS) known as ChescoViews and discovered that their neighbor’s driveway is on their property or some other gross error is...
Land Surveying FAQ’s

Land Surveying FAQ’s

Wasn’t George Washington a land surveyor?  Yes, he was.  There are many people in history who were surveyors who went on to do great things.  In fact, Mount Rushmore in South Dakota features the faces of three land surveyors.  George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and...