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Vol. 15, No. 38 Week of September 19, 2010
Providing coverage of Alaska and northern Canada's oil and gas industry

Arctic Directory: Hall named new Lounsbury & Associates surveyor

Lounsbury & Associates said July 22 that it welcomes James Hall, PLS, to its staff as project surveyor. Hall has 12 years of land surveying experience on a wide variety of projects from solar, wind and natural resource development to construction surveys for highways and residential subdivisions. His experience includes projects throughout Nevada, Wyoming, New Mexico and Arizona. Hall began his education in Phoenix, Arizona and progressed with continuing education programs in the survey industry. Recently, he completed high-definition laser scanning of 46 bridges on I-215 in Las Vegas, Nev. His experience using laser scanning on forensic surveys, piping as-builts, topographic maps and more, is key to completing projects on time and under budget.

Founded in 1949, Lounsbury & Associates offers a range of surveying, engineering and planning services.



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