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The Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers (MALSCE) is dedicated to promoting the highest possible standards of professional practices in the public’s interest.
Join the MALSCE Eastern MA Chapter for their Spring Dinner Meeting on April 30, 2018 at Darcy's Village Pub in Quincy!
The first step to becoming a surveyor is to get a degree. Accredited college programs in Surveying or Geomatics are available throughout the country. Colleges and Technical Schools offer two-year and four-year degree programs.
I have been surveying for around half a century. When I started surveying the equipment used was little different from the equipment used by surveyors for over 200 years. In fact, many surveyors used the equipment left to them by their grandfathers and fathers. In these present times, I believe most surveyors replace their equipment every ten years or less.Read more
I don’t like to think of myself as old but I am. I have been surveying for close to 50 years. The difference between how I used to survey and how surveying is done now is different. This difference was brought to the forefront of my thinking one day when I was surveying with a young surveyor. As we compared the distance we measured between two corner monuments to the distance set forth in the original survey performed in 1968, the young surveyor was appalled that the original surveyor was off six tenths of a foot between the two monuments.Read more
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