Hello Monday! “Mondays are the start of the work week, offering new beginnings 52 times a year.” David Dwek
It’s 2023, and we’re looking for new team members who desire A culture of gratitude Ability to form your path An employer who listens Break out of the status quo Education allowance Work-from-home options Is that what you want too? Join us today at https://www.landform.net/about-us/careers.
We’re excited to see Liam and Mathew on our land survey team do a terrific job at Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Minneapolis. We needed to complete a CIC Amendment, and they opted to use our Precision Laser by Spectra Precision to ensure efficiency, accuracy and safety. Great job! Contact us so […]
“The time is always right to do what is right.” Today we join together in honoring the work and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
We want to give a shout-out to Bruce and the Franz Reprographics team for doing a fantastic job wrapping one of our trucks for the land survey team. The guys love it – thank you!
It’s Throwback Thursday! Here’s a photo of Minneapolis before Target Field and a photo of Target Field our Marketing Coordinator, David, captured when we completed topographic and land survey work inside the park in 2021. Learn more about how we can make your next project a success from Site to Finish® today at https://www.landform.net/topo-at-target-field/.
It’s not about ideas. It’s about making ideas happen. Monday Motivation.
Tough (adj.) Strong enough to withstand adverse conditions. We’ve been told the Landform team is “Minnesota Tough”. We must agree because yesterday’s storm didn’t even phase them! Learn more about how we can make your project a success from Site to Finish® today.
With 2022 ending, we wanted to send our best wishes to you and yours. It’s been a pleasure creating memorable places with you, and we hope that 2023 is overflowing with success in all your endeavors. Happy New Year!
The American Society of Civil Engineers shared an interesting article with five facts about railroad surveying in the 1800s. What do you think about these: 1- In 1831, American William J. Young invented the Transit, a rugged, lightweight, easy-to-use alternative to the traditional English theodolite instrument. 2- In the 1830s in the U.S., civil engineers […]