One afternoon in early 2010, Joey Stanger, president of Stanger Surveying Tyler LLC, took a call. On the line was the pipeline manager for an existing client, a local oil and gas company. “I have a problem,” the pipeline manager said, “and I’m wondering if you can help.”
In the business world, there’s a constant cycle of comparison and contrast. Every client is looking for the “best service,” but what that means will vary depending on the client’s personality and the needs of the project.
From the pages of POB to conferences on laser scanning and LiDAR, it’s hard to escape the evidence that mobile mapping is the wave of the future. But talk to the average surveyor, and you’ll find that there’s still a lot of skepticism about the technology and its potential.
people in a crisis situation, and one of two things usually
happens: Either they fall apart and become helpless, or they find skills they
didn’t know they had and figure out innovative ways to work collaboratively
with others to overcome the hardship.