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  • BIM Construction: 4 Surveying Tools to Improve Your Building Models
      Since the term “BIM” first started appearing in the 1990s, new tools and technologies have brought Building Information Modeling to many disciplines of building work, including design, construction, utilities, transportation engineering, asset management, and civil and structural engineering––just to name a few.   And while you’ll likely get wildly different definitions of what BIM is depen...
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  • A Quick Guide to Survey Monument Center Marks & Symbols
      Geodetic control points are stamped with a variety of different markings and symbols to help surveyors identify them in the field.   Center marks, the simple symbols in the middle of a monument cap, indicate whether a monument is a vertical control point marking a precise elevation (commonly referred to as a bench mark), a horizontal control point established at a known latitude and longitu...
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  • 9 Reasons So Many Surveyors Are Switching to Rothbucher Mini Prisms
      For years, L-Bar mini prisms have been an industry standard among surveyors. With most models offering a copper-coated prism made from high-quality optical glass, these products have been prized for generally long working ranges and accuracy.   But L-Bar prisms aren’t always ideal––especially when it comes to attachment, flexibility, and protection from the elements.   Temporary use on an...
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  • Good, Better, Best: A Comparison of Survey Markers/Caps for Rebar & Pipe
      When selecting the right survey markers for rebar and pipe, there are some important differences in quality and capability to be aware of.   Even between the two main types of survey marker––plastic and metal––it’s important to consider the strengths and weaknesses of each material.   To help you find the right products for the job, we’ve highlighted some of the key differences between th...
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  • Festival of the Terminalia Honors Surveying’s Mythological Roots
      Surveying has a long and storied history stretching back to ancient Egypt where early boundary marking techniques were used for dividing land into plots for taxing landowners.   The ancient Greeks took these methods a step further, using geometry to calculate precise measurements and inventing the earliest known piece of surveying equipment––the Diopter.   A few centuries later, the ancie...
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  • FENO Survey Monuments: A Corrosive-Resistant, Easy-to-Install Marking Solution
        The FENO anchored survey monument system offers an innovative solution for surveyors in need of a small, easy-to-drive, hard-wearing galvanized steel marker. These markers use a unique flaring anchor system for extreme stability without the need for digging or concrete­­––overcoming a common shortcoming of other drive-in markers. FENO survey monuments––available in 350mm, 600mm and 1000mm le...
  • Berntsen Ranks Among Top B2B E-Commerce Companies in 2017
      For the second consecutive year, Berntsen is proud to rank among the top earners in the B2B e-Commerce market in Internet Retailer’s 2017 B2B E-Commerce 300 list.   In a follow-up to last year’s announcement of Berntsen’s inclusion on the 2016 B2B E-Commerce 300 list, new forecast data from Forrester Research confirms the U.S. B2B e-Commerce market is on track for significant growth over the ne...
  • Choosing the Right Type of Survey Monument for Your Project
        Surveyors have been using metal monuments to mark land boundaries and establish control points for over a century. Today, their task remains largely the same, yet the quality and quantity of tools at their disposal has increased significantly.   Better materials, more functional design and stronger security features have all combined to make modern survey monuments leagues ahead of their earl...
  • A Basic Guide to Carsonite Utility Posts & Pipeline Markers
      Utility posts are a common sight in practically any developed area, urban or rural. To the average passerby, these colorful posts blend into the background of everyday life, but to those who rely on them for what they show us, these posts are important warnings to the potentially hazardous pipelines and utilities that lie beneath our feet.   When it comes to marking buried assets, regulato...
  • Two Solutions for Extending the Life of Survey Markers and Caps
      The decision to choose a survey marker or rebar cap usually boils down to two essential questions: Does it protect against corrosion, and will it stay put?   While we usually think of exposure to the elements as the cause of most corrosion, the culprit for survey markers is actually the direct contact between two dissimilar metals in the marker and rebar.
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