“I’m so happy with this software. You guys are at the genius level of mankind. Thank you
“Although I retired from the Kansas Department of Transportation on 10/01/2018, I still operate my home based business (Preferred Land Surveys, established circa 2002). I love my profession and I offer up these additional comments to you describing my belief & commitment to Traverse PC. I’m so happy that I found you guys and gave it a try (test trial), because it was one of the best decisions in my life. What’s it been, almost 6 years now?
“I’ve been surveying since the late 1970’s with a very diversified resume of numerous employers in both CO. & KS. During my career, I’ve witnessed a plethora of advancements both in the field and the office. Of the multiple CADD systems that I’ve had to utilize over the past 4 decades, there has never been anything even close to comparable with Traverse PC. I will admit that it does take a bit of effort during the initial ‘learning curve’, just as it is with other programs; but, once you begin to add to your proficiency level, it is absolutely amazing what you discover when you venture into other numerous capabilities built within the software. Traverse PC is ‘hands down’ the Land Surveyor’s best tool to utilize. NOTHING even comes remotely close to Traverse PC when you evaluate cost & performance. I will be a Traverse PC user until my last days as an active practicing Land Surveyor, which I hope is at least another 15-20 years to come.
“In 2003, I personally coordinated efforts with the NGS office to establish 7 Calibration Baselines spaced throughout Kansas. It involved a very meticulous procedure, whereby, each one of them now serves as a localized ‘standard’ for Land Surveyors to certify that the measurement accuracies of their equipment is in agreement with the Federal Baseline the NGS office. We sponsored the event at each of those 7 baselines as a CEU/PDH event. Land Surveyors were invited to participate in order to familiarize themselves with the procedure and an opportunity to check their own equipment. These are some photos taken during the efforts on the Topeka Baseline.”
Steven L. Willett, PS, Preferred Land Surveys