West Virginia Society of Professional Surveyors
Mark your calendar! - February 23-25, 2017 Days Inn Conference Center Flatwoods, WV
Registration to open this fall!
The West Virginia Society of Professional Surveyors (WVSPS) and the West Virginia Affiliate of Surveyors Historical Society (WVASHS) will be hosting a seminar on Measuring Ancient Works (4 PDH), Minimum Standards (2 PDH), and Ethics for Surveyors (2 PDH) at the Grave Creek Mound Archeological Complex. The seminar will be presented by Don Teter on May 20th from 7:30 AM to 5 PM worth 8 PDH total. For more information and to register, click here.
WVSPS dedicates itself to the promotion and protection of the land surveying profession as a social and economic influence vital to the welfare of the community and the state of West Virginia. We consist of eleven chapters across the state of West Virginia that host monthly meetings for members. WVSPS also hosts an annual convention in Flatwoods, WV which offers continuing education, dissemination of best practices, and technological innovations to surveyors from West Virginia and the surrounding states, and advocates annually on behalf of WV surveyors on legislative issues.
Recognizing that service to the public and the surveying profession is a fundamental obligation of the Professional Surveyor, the West Virginia Society of Professional Surveyors, hereby dedicates itself to promotion and protection of the surveying profession as a social and economic influence vital to the welfare of the community and the State of West Virginia.
Looking for information to either become a licensed surveyor or to renew your license in the State of WV? If so, click here.
What can WVSPS do for you?
WVSPS keeps us informed on legislative actions that effect our profession and way of life. Sometimes the ramifications are positive, sometimes negative. This gives us ample opportunity to circle the wagons, contact our respective representatives and hopefully influence a good outcome for land surveying in our great state.
Networking, to use a cliched word. Interacting with other surveyors statewide, and at the local level. Local chapter meetings can be a great way to find out what is going on, compare notes, and share information.
It’s a great place to get good, honest, down-to-earth answers on how to solve professional surveying problems.