Ed Barnett, Washington, Indiana

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Your instructions were very concise and accurate, as usual. I was able to create the detail drawing the first time through. I really appreciate the great support from you and John over the years. I have attached the plat. View PDF

Grant Beach – Opus Stewart Weir Ltd – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

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“I finally had a chance to work with TPC Desktop 2017 and boy have you guys got something special going on with this version. I found it really easy to learn and incorporate into my existing drawing. Have a look at the PDF of a job that I labeled in probably half the time it would have taken with TPC Desktop 2016. I’m really excited to work with this new version and can see why you have been pushing it … Read More

Allen Yard, PLS – A. R. E. A. Surveying, First Place Plat

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Allen Yard, PLS, A. R. E. A. Surveying in Waterford, PA (AREASurveying.net) took first place in the Subdivision category of the Plat Competition at the 2016 PSLS Conference with this plat that was created in Traverse PC.  Allen is planning to submit two plats for this year’s competition and Traverse PC’s Eric Tanikawa will be there.  Good luck in the competition, Allen! View PDF

Dennis Michael, PLS – Fruitland, IA

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“I’ve been using Traverse PC in my new business for almost a year now.  It was very easy for me to understand and I was up and running, creating professional looking plats in no time. “The staff is very knowledgeable and there to help you if/when you need it.  One of the best decisions that I have made! “Thanks TPC!“ Dennis Michael, PLS Fruitland, IA

Jack M Kesler RLS & USMS – Microsoft Surface Tablet Map in Chains

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“I have been doing many examples of published samples and some of my old work.  The PLSS portion will answer the bill for the BLM.  The latest effort was the Township boundary in the 73 Manual. “I am glad to say TPC has done an excellent job in working in chains and TPC works well on the tablet (Microsoft Surface with Windows 8.1) when you get used to the windows.  Attached is the “project” done in the tablet.  Don’t look … Read More

Plan by E.J. “Ted” Webber, NSLS

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This survey was carried out to alter the boundaries of existing lots through subdivision and consolidation and involved a number of Municipal Subdivision By-Law requirements. Ted Webber E.J. Webber Surveying Lake Charlotte, NS, Canada View a PDF Editor’s Note:  You can see what Ted has to say about Traverse PC in our Testimonials

Anthony Failla

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My client needed a site plan to replace an existing composite deck with a new shelter between existing tennis courts. These projects are quite simple when you take advantage of the Layers capabilities included with Traverse PC. I am able to produce quality, color drawings that make a lasting impression on my clients. The days of black lines on white paper are a thing of the past! Thank you Traverse PC! Anthony Failla, RLS, Cummings GA I have also attached … Read More

Bechaver: Site

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I taught myself how to run TPC. I had no experience with any other CADD system, so I found it to be very surveyor friendly. We use it for every aspect of our business and have produced excellent plats”. “TPC staff has been great to work with. Billy Bechaver, Senior Survey Technician, Wachob & Wachob, Inc. Colorado City, Colorado View PDF in post.

Barry: Subdivision

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We use Traverse PC for all maps that we produce, and have found the process of preparing a map to be much more efficient than using other programs. It’s also great to use the same program on the desktop as we use for data collection in the field. The cost is reasonable also, and we have found that the ability to share the maps with architects and engineers is very useful. Dan Barry, NY & PA Licensed Land Surveyor View PDF in … Read More

Carlson: ALTA/ACSM

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See this map by Steven Carlson of Ashville, N.Y. in the April ’06 issue of The American Surveyor View PDF in post

Stiles: Exhibit B

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I have been a Traverse PC user for over 10 years and I am completely satisfied with their surveying software. I can produce maps very quickly and of a quality that I am proud of.  Their software is easy to use and their technical support is outstanding. Leonard C. (Bus ) Stiles, Orange, CA View PDF in post

Todd: Survey of 1855

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If you’re not using TPC, you’re a dumb a_ _ .  February ’06 issue of American Surveyor Donald Todd, Green Acres, FL View PDF in post

Spurlock: Dependent Survey

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Here is my 1st successful attempt at completing a complicated drawing totally within TPC. Not that we could not make drawings in past, just  never could get the look I was seeking. All of my past surveys have been resolved using TPC, but we had been finalizing in CAD. Looks like we won’t be utilizing CAD programs any more for boundary mappings. I  estimate a significant cost savings looking forward. Greg Spurlock, Longview, WA

Whye: ALTA/ACSM

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Traverse-PC is easy to learn & use. It is common sense logical. I was able to create drawings after a couple hours instruction. The software produces quality drawings & the tech support, for questions regarding the ‘fine’ points in the learning curve, is excellent. The TPC people are open to suggestions to incorporate into future upgrades & really try to help you ‘get it done’ in a timely fashion. You will not be sorry you invested in this product. William … Read More