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Leica DNA03 Precise Digital Leica Sprinter Digital Optical 3 Wire Leveling
Total Station
Leica System 1200 Robotic Nikon and Topcon Conventional
MS Office
Visual Basic Application Development
Leica GeoOffice
AutoCAD Civil 3D
Leica System 1200 GNSS
Trimble 5800 GNSS


May 2009Present


New Mexico State University

Minor:  Mathematics

Academic Distinctions:

NMSU Crimson Scholar - Summer 2009 to Present

College of Engineering Dean's Honor List - Spring 2010 to Present

Tau Beta Pi - Engineering Honor Society - 2010

Lambda Sigma - Surveying Engineering Honor Society - 2011

Aug 1994May 1998


University of Nebraska at Kearney

Support Tracks:  Management, Marketing, and General Business

Work experience

May 2011Present

Cadastral Survey Technician

Bureau of Land Management
Jan 2011Present


NMSU Student Success Center



Operations Manager

Florida Bottling

Manager Trainee/Sales

Consolidated Electrical Distributors

Manager Trainee

Consolidated Electrical Distributors

Subdivision Plat

Survey Plat

SIP Development

Professional Organizations

ACSM Student Member

ASPRS Student Member

NMPS Student Member

Standards and Specification Familiarity

NM and CO Minimum Standards

ALTA/ACSM Standards

FEMA Flood Mapping

NGS Control Specifications

NM Subdivision Laws

GIS Experience

Using ArcGIS software to:

Perform geoprocessing functions such as Merge, Join, Intersect, Clip, Buffer, etc

Apportion data

Perform spatial analysis

Digitize features

Design a technology seminar for GIS implementation

Develop spatial information products meeting an organization's needs

Perform a benefit - cost analysis

Evaluate GIS system design lifecycles

Perform GIS system security review

Establish benchmark tests for GIS equipment and processes

Student Organizations

ACSM/NMPS Student Chapter - Fall 2009 to Present

Vice President - Spring 2010

President - Fall 2010/Spring 2011

ASPRS Student Chapter

Surveying Field Experience

Retracing PLSS surveys - original as well as independent and dependent resurveys

Keeping field notes as an accurate representation of work conducted

Using survey plats and field notes to locate or restore survey monuments

Evaluating evidence for the reestablishment of obliterated corners

Restoring lost corners using single/double proportion or other mathematical procedures

Computing section and aliquot part breakdowns based on evidence and measurements collected in the field

Performing boundary research at county courthouses and within other quasi public agencies

Using static GNSS to establish project control

Tying control to the NSRS using UPUS, CORS, and passive NGS control monuments

Using RTK GNSS equipment and techniques to:

Collect positions on survey monuments, corner evidence, and topographic features

Stake out to predetermined ponts and lines

Perform site calibration and accuracy checks

Using the remote data collector to reduce survey data and perform computations in the field

Using a total station to determine and establish position of corners inaccessible to GNSS equipment