An in depth lecture and attendee participation and discussion of the current Standards of Practice for Surveying in the State of Alabama effective January 1, 2017. The discussion will analyze the definition of Surveying (Rule No. 1.02), Surveying Standards for field and office (Rule No. 1.03), Vertical Control and Topographic Surveys (Rule No. 1.04) and the Miscellaneous Section (Rule 1.05). The discussion will also cover the different types of surveys and the accuracy requirements for field and office work, monumentation of corners, and the preparation of legal descriptions. Attendee participation is encouraged and real world examples will be presented and discussed.
This course qualifies for the state requirement for licensed land surveyors of 4 PDHs for standards of practice every 2 years.
Qualifies for required standards education for Alabama licensees every 2 years.
4 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
Approved for Alabama & Florida.
Presented by Thomas Brooks
About Thomas Brooks: Survey Manager for Hunt, Guillot & Associates (HGA). He has over 29 years experience as a Professional Land Surveyor (AL #17521), Tennessee Professional Survey (TN#2118) and Professional Surveyor and Mapper (FL#6780). He is also a licensed Surveyor in 12 other states. Thomas is responsible for the routing, detailed mapping, property master development, describing and platting for major transportation pipelines. This responsibility requires a detailed knowledge of how existing right‐of‐ways, easements and other types of encumbrances impact the placement of new easements. Thomas has taught continuing education courses in Right‐of‐ways, Standards, Photogrammetry Support, and other topics throughout the Southeast as well as at ACSM National Conference