Guidelines for Marking the Field Project
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Land Surveyors in Training:
Guidelines for marking the Field Project (pdf, 176K)
The field project shall be completed in its entirety by the candidate under the supervision of a British Columbia Land Surveyor.
The field project shall be primarily a legal survey involving the re-establishment of boundaries.
The field project must cover all aspects of the job or assignment, from client contact, through field work and calculations to final plan disposition.
|Work order or proposal acceptance||2|
|Description of the project in narrative form which should also include||30|
|– a description of any evidentiary problems, including rationale used in dealing
– with problems
– a description of any conflicts with previous plan measurements, etc., encountered
– details and source of research information
|Time and materials estimate||3|
|Copies of correspondence, plans, field notes and other back-up material||10|
|Closing submission and sample account||2|
|Appropriate plans or other graphics which need not be hand drawn by the candidate and need not be originals||15|
|Project field notes||15|
|Calculations including all possible closures on plan||15|
|Plan checklist (see checklist with the Surveyor Generalâ€™s circular letter #398)||5|