John Wilhelm

John Wilhelm

Work History

Work History
Sep 1992 - May 2009

Professional Land Surveyor

Colorado Engineering & Surveying Inc.
  • Plan, coordinate and supervise the work of field survey crew(s)
  • Instruct survey crew(s) in the field for proper technique in relation to ALTA surveys, boundary surveys, topographic surveys, condominium surveys, and construction staking projects
  • Responsible for replacing lost survey monuments, setting property corners on City and/or rural lands from legal descriptions and title information
  • Conducted and supervised research of public records in connection with land surveys
  • Wrote legal descriptions and supervised in the preparation of plats in connection with land surveys
  • Wrote easement and/or right-of-way descriptions
  • Independently communicated on technical matters with the client
  • Review blueprints and legal deeds to survey area in detail
  • Keep detailed and accurate records of crew activities and survey data
  • Study operation problems and recommended necessary changes
  • Assist in bid work and drafting deadlines
Jan 1989 - Sep 1992

Civil Engineer Assistant / AutoCAD Drafter

URS Consultants
  • All AutoCAD drafting responsibilities in plan and profiles, as-builts, topography, drainage and signing-striping for linear projects on the Denver International Airport
  • Assist the Civil Engineer on calculations for design
  • Mapping, digitizing and working with aerial photography in relation with the project
  • Assist in marketing projects for future phases
  • File Management, plotting and copying plats

Education

Education

School of Mines (Golden, CO)

Land Surveying courses leading to licensure.

Metropolitan State College of Denver

Member of the Professional Land Surveyors of Colorado
1986 - 1988

Associates

Denver Institute of Technology

Summary

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS A highly successful, licensed Land Surveyor with the ability to effectively manage a team and solve complex problems relating to land surveying. Key qualifications include: More than 17 years Land Surveying experience (10 years as field party chief) Thorough knowledge of principles, practices and procedures of ALTA surveys, boundary surveys, topographic surveys, legal descriptions, easement preparation and construction staking projects. Technical expertise including Carlson Survey, Leica instruments, S.M.I. Software, Carlson and S.M.I. Data Collection, AutoCAD 2009, Autodesk Civil 3D Land Desk Companion, Microsoft Word and Excel Superb skills at prioritizing and planning work activities, using time efficiently, setting goals and objectives, organizing and scheduling employees Uncommon ability to meet productivity and quality standards Sound ability to develop strategies to achieve organizational goals; adapt strategy to changing conditions Good management skills, able to work well with others, conflict resolution skills, emotional composure and initiative Excellent communication skills in working with co-workers and clients Familiar with Leica GPS and Leica GEO Office Software References will confirm outstanding problem-solving skills and safety record as well as the ability to multi-task, working with equal efficiency in the field and in the office.

Interest

My hobbies include: kiteboarding (on water and snow), snowboarding, wakeboarding, bike riding and hiking.

I like to be outdoors, go for a jog and work out as much as possible. I also like to spend alot of my extra time with family and friends.

Objective

I am in search of a position as Land Surveyor/Survey Office Technician. I have over 17 years of land surveying experience working with a surveying company in the Denver area. I am a licensed surveyor in the State of Colorado.  I love all aspects of land surveying. I can be very useful for a company because I can work in the field and/or in the office. I can do survey calculations in the field and/or in the office. I also have good supervisory skills working with field crew(s) and or Survey Office Technicians.

Custom

I am a member of the Professional Land Surveyors of Colorado (PLSC) and also a member of the

Colorado Central Chapter of Land Surveyors.

Skills

Skills

Land Surveying

More than 17 years of Land Surveying experience (10 years as field party chief) Thorough knowledge of principles, practices and procedures of ALTA surveys, boundary surveys, topographic surveys, legal descriptions, easement preparation and construction staking projects. Technical expertise including Carlson Survey, Leica instruments, S.M.I. Software, Carlson and S.M.I. Data Collection, AutoCAD 2009,  Autodesk Civil 3D Land Desk Companion, Microsoft Word and Excel Superb skills at prioritizing and planning work activities, using time efficiently, setting goals and objectives, organizing and scheduling employees Uncommon ability to meet productivity  and quality standards Sound ability to develop strategies to achieve organizational goals; adapt strategy to changing conditions Good management skills, able to work well with others, conflict resolution skills, emotional composure and initiative Excellent communication skills in working with co-workers and clients Familiar with Leica GPS and Leica GEO Office Software  

Certifications

Certifications
Dec 2002 - Dec 2010

Professional Land Surveyor

Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies