Becoming a Professional Land Surveyor
Being a Professional Land Surveyor is an aspirational profession. The career earning potential of a Professional Land Surveyor increases dramatically upon licensure.
It’s important to think of modern surveying as a high-tech profession. We might use mobile LiDAR to map a transportation corridor, hydrographic surveying to capture a detailed picture of an underwater environment, or photogrammetry to capture what can only be seen from an aerial perspective.
FEATURED CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Pathway to Professional Licensure
Learn More – Talk to a WGI Geospatial Professional
Engineers, land surveyors, landscape architects, environmental scientists, and architects choose to join the WGI team because of our entrepreneurial approach to running our company. They stay at WGI because we create meaningful opportunities for career growth.
In this episode, we have the privilege of sitting down with Eddie Gaytan, WGI’s Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE) Project Delivery Manager in the Chicago office.