National Surveyors Week 2021

A LONG HISTORY National Surveyors Week is celebrated annually during the fourth week of March; this year it takes place during March 21st-27th. The event was first created by the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping (ACSM) in February of 1984. Additionally, the 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, signed a Presidential Proclamation… Read more »

New Survey Drone Expands Services

As technology rapidly progresses, Baseline’s goal is to maintain a strong presence and adapt accordingly. One priority is to make projects more efficient for both, our clients as well as our employees. It is because of this, that in early 2020, our Survey Division purchased a drone to diversify our surveying capabilities meet the goals… Read more »

Baseline Celebrates National Surveyors Week!

Survey Story of the Day “I got to survey the URS terminal at McCarran Airport, specifically the “Janet Airlines” terminal, i.e. Area 51 employees. This project included an extensive background check, under armed guard, no cameras and no phones. As far as aliens go, that’s classified.“— Danny Tucker, Survey Crew Chief NOTE: Janet Airlines, also… Read more »

Surveyors Complete UAV Pilot Licensing

In January, Aaron Demo, Doug Lancaster, Jayme Hobin, and Danielle Bustos braved the cold to complete drone flight school each earning their Part 107 certification which allows them to legally pilot an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV or drone) for commercial use under FAA regulation. The flight school our team participated in was administered by an… Read more »

Celebrating National Surveyors Week-Day 4!

Survey Stories of the Day “In August of 2017, I was performing a topographic survey. This job was located near Broomfield, Colorado. One of the great aspects of being a field surveyor is that you never know what you will find, see, or experience. On this day, I found a bag with stolen guns, jewelry,… Read more »