Arizona Licensed Land Surveyor, RLS 33881
Jerry L. Webster - Owner/Manager
My career as a land surveyor began in 1977 giving me over 30 years experience
in Land Surveying. I have always enjoyed the science of surveying. In the
days when I started, it was also satisfying to be measuring the distances
with a steel tape, reading angles on a now primitive transit's vernier scale,
and have everything check to be accurate. My experience and training over
the years has encompassed many aspects of land surveying including Boundary
Surveys, Alta Surveys, Topographic Surveys, Residential Construction and Lot
Surveying, Commercial Construction Surveying and several projects for the
US Army Corps of Engineers. In 1982 I passed a course based on Brown's Boundary
Control & Legal
In 1998 I became a Registered Arizona Land Surveyor and began work in the office on survey drawings and civil drafting and design.
By 2004 I was a leading civil designer for a local firm. I completed the design
for residential subdivisions and created all of the required improvement drawings.
My duties also included professional review of all final plats. The economy
forced a layoff of most employees including myself. Since that time A.C.D., PLLC and AZ (Arizona) Land Surveying was created.
Providing Land Surveying Services in Chandler Arizona
Our Weekly Look into the Past of Arizona...
Chapter 39 Land Surveyor Weekly From #02: Freight for the Colorado mines, from San Francisco, goes by sailing vessels, in a voyage of three or four weeks ordinarily, to the mouth of the Colorado, at a cost of $20 per ton. There are four steam-boats on the Colorado River; and they charge $25 per ton to Williamsport, and $75 to La Paz, from the mouth. The stream is about 350 yards wide, and the channel averages five feet deep, but it has a swift current, and a bed of quicksand, which is con
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