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Intrepid offers land surveying
FLORESVILLE -- Intrepid Surveying Corp. offers professional land surveying services throughout Texas for land developers, oil and gas companies, electrical companies, water supply corporations, engineering firms, private landowners, and municipalities. Intrepid also offers a full range of surveying services, including boundary replacement, boundary partition, utility location, right of way, line staking, construction, transmission right of way, as-built, and topographic, as well as oil and gas pipeline right of way, and oil and gas well location services.
Len Custer of Custer Resources LLC is a partner. Sherman Posey is the survey project manager and co-owner of Intrepid Surveying Corp., which was established as a part of the Custer Land Services Group, serving for 20 years in the South Texas area.
“Custer Land Services Group has a well-established track record, and our services have always met with great client satisfaction offering a variety of services at a very competitive price without ever compromising on quality,” Posey said.
“You will find that we are cost-effective, high quality, and precise,” he added. “As a land-surveying company, we specialize in creating a quality product for our clients while keeping costs competitive.”
A native of Poth, Sherman is the son of James and Karen Posey. He and his wife, Megan Boening Posey, and their daughter, Emerson, live in Floresville.
He graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with a Bachelor of Science in Geographic Information Science with an emphasis in Geomatics.
Posey is a Registered Professional Land Surveyor certified with the Texas Board of Land Surveying in April 2013.
Intrepid Surveying Corp. is located at 1004 C St. in Floresville. For information, call 830-393-8833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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