Gromatic just completed two property surveys in Woodstock, Santa Ynez, CA. Using GPS and our in-house color ortho-photo we supplied the clients with property surveys and exhibits that clearly show what they own!
April 13, 2015:
Gromatici Land Surveying, Inc was selected to perform layout and construction staking services for the Ice in Paradise Ice Rink in Goleta, CA. We started in November of 2014 and have been working with the owner and General Contractor with the preformed exterior of the building that will house two ice rinks.
Gromatici Land Surveying, Inc has aquired a new Leica MS50 NOVA multi-station. This is a robotic total stations AND a high definition laser scanner for land surveying applicaitons, architectural surveys, and as-built surveys!
This scanner will locate 1,000 points per second and take high-reolution picutes and drape them onto the scan real-time.
Here is a video showing some applicaitons:
March 26, 2014
Gromatici Land Surveying, Inc has been selected as the land surveyor for the Crossroads project along McMurrary and Highway 246 in Buellton. This project consists of commercial buildings, utilities, and parking areas.
Work has already started and will last through the end of the year for this phase.
Gromatici Land Surveying, Inc has opended a new office in Los Olivos. Our grand opening was last Monday, March 24, 2014. Our Los Olivos office will serve Los Olivos, Ballard, Solvang, Buellton, Los Alamos, Orcutt, Santa Maria, Nipomo, and San Luis Obispo County. We will continue to have our Santa Barbara Office serviing the southern County and Ventura County.
Gromatici Land Surveing, Inc specializes in Elevation Certificates, boundary surveys, ALTA/ACSM Surveys and Tentative/Final Mappping.
We would be happy to meet with you.
Eric J. Ackerman, PLS, CFedS
November 25, 2013
Gromatici Land Surveying, Inc was selected by the Housing Authority of the County of Santa Barbara as the project surveyor for the Pescadero Lofts. Gromatici performed the ALTA/ACSM Survey, wrote access and water easements for the project and is currently doing the construction staking. We are working closing with the General Contractor, TOMAR, and have been contracted directly by the Housing Authority.
November 7, 2013
A Santa Barbara man has recently joined a small group of professional land surveyors nationwide to become a Certified Federal Surveyor (CFedS). Eric J Ackerman, P.L.S. who is the president and founder of Gromatici Land Surveying, Inc., is among a select group of professional land surveyors to participate in the Federal program called CFedS, for Certified Federal Surveyor.
The CFedS program, which has been approved by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, was designed specifically to enhance the level of knowledge and expertise in the professional land surveying community for survey work performed on federal lands and especially on Indian trust lands. To earn the CFedS designation, professional land surveyors must complete approximately 120 hours of course materials prepared by the BLM's National Training Center, in Phoenix, Arizona, and pass the certification examination. To maintain the certification, a CFedS must complete 10 hours of continuing education annually.
This certification is a significant addition to the resume and credentials of the private professional land surveyor. Eric is currently licensed in the State of California with over 24 years of experience.
See http://www.cfeds.org/ for more information and the official announcement.
Eric J. Ackerman, PLS, CFedS
Accident Reconstruction Surveys
Oil and Refinery Surveys for inventory purposes
Tree Canopy and "view easements"
As-built survey for post construction
Cell tower as-builts
Shoreline monitoring surveys
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Eric J. Ackerman, President
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Los Olivos: 805-691-9112
2432 Railway Ave., Suite I
Los Olivos, CA 93441
Santa Barbara: 805-845-2133
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