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WGI Unleashed Podcast Episode 18 – Stephen Dees, Survey Technician

Welcome back to WGI Unleashed! In this episode, we have a conversation with Stephen Dees, a Survey Technician with our Geospatial Team in Tallahassee, Florida!

While studying Geomatics at the University of Florida, Stephen was exposed to a variety of technologies and techniques in the surveying and mapping world that piqued his interest. His coursework and internship experiences led him to pursue a career as a Professional Surveyor and Mapper upon graduation.

Stephen joined WGI full time in 2016, and he gets to work on a variety of project types for public and private clients across the Southeast. Stephen shares with us that he loves using technology to work on projects that help improve his communities and the environment. He is also helping to shape the future of his profession by educating the next generation of students about the rewarding, exciting (and lucrative) career in the surveying and geospatial industry.

Like many Floridians, Stephen has a tremendous passion for the outdoors. He tells us that he spends a lot of time in the water dodging snakes and alligators, and likes to go hunting, fishing, and wakeboarding.

Learn more about what inspires Stephen by listening to the full episode!

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Guest

Stephen Dees

Survey Technician

Stephen started with WGI as an intern in May 2016 and has been a staple in our Geospatial Division since. After graduating from the University of Florida with a degree in Geomatics and then joining WGI full time, Stephen has been involved with numerous projects related to improving our community and environment. Stephen’s passion to become a professional survey and mapper has placed him at the forefront of pushing WGI’s initiative on emerging and expanded technology.

 

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