Carter & Burgess Adds Survey Unit Manager
Chet Glasscock has joined Carter & Burgess as Survey Unit manager in Austin. In his new role, Glasscock will support business development efforts while managing survey staff.
Glasscock has 29 years of experience as a surveyor and manager. In a managerial capacity, he's been responsible for project management, contracts, marketing, budgeting, technology and equipment assessment, strategic planning, and client relations.
He has trained other surveyors in Global Positioning System procedures as well as conventional and hydrographic surveying techniques.
Glasscock has worked for a number of governments and government agencies, utilities, engineering firms, and various commercial entities. He has surveyed for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the U.S. Department of Energy, the Texas Department of Corrections and the Texas Railroad Commission.
Among his prior survey tasks are: a county wide mapping project for the Federal Emergency Management Agency; gas route surveys and permitting for TXU Energy; surveying and mapping of abandoned coal, uranium and gravel surface mining sites; and engineering design for land development, platting and construction for various clients.
He is a Texas Registered Professional Land Surveyor and a member of both the Texas Society of Professional Surveyors and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.
He holds Texas Department of Transportation pre-certification in survey, parcel plats, legal descriptions, right-of-way maps, design/construction and horizontal/vertical control.
Source: Carter & Burgess, Feb. 16, 2005