Archive for September, 2017

Historic Chevelon Creek Bridge Restoration

Historic Chevelon Creek Bridge Restoration

According to the state’s Historic Bridge Inventory, the Chevelon Creek Bridge is “one of Arizona’s most historically and technologically important spans and was the first truss ever built by the state and was designed, fabricated and erected by a nationally important bridge firm.” It was built over 100 years ago when the newly-formed state legislature appropriated $5,500 from the State…read more →

Cinder Pit Aerial Drone Mapping and Surface Modeling

Cinder Pit Aerial Drone Mapping and Surface Modeling

From the top of the cinder hill near Williams, Arizona, we could see to the rim of the Grand Canyon. The aerial drone survey we were conducting included the cinder hill we were on, an old pit operation on the side of it and some lowland bench with scattered Pinyon-Juniper trees. All total about 100 acres to map and produce…read more →

Meet Bretton Luckow–Crew Chief

Meet Bretton Luckow–Crew Chief

Following in the footsteps of his paternal grandfather Tom and his father John, Bretton Luckow is a third generation Land Surveyor from the state of Arizona. He fills a multi-dimensional field and office role for Arizona Surveying as a Field Crew Chief on boundary, topographic and construction surveys along with being the primary surveyor and mapper responsible for projects utilizing…read more →