AZ Land Surveying Company, Arizona Land Surveyor

Arizona Land Surveyor
AZ Land Surveying

Phone: (623) 414-9571 - (602) 788-9520

About AZ Land Surveying
a Phoenix, Arizona
Land Surveying Company

We are a small company and we, Jerry and Pamela Webster, personally perform nearly 100% of the work required to run our business, including this website. We personally care about how our business is performing. Being a small company, our performance for every project directly affects us.

AZ Land Surveying has been successful since 2008 because client satisfaction is important to us. We have decades of experience in the office and the field. We like our bids to be affordable and dislike providing extremely high bids to cover our risk. We would rather decline a bid and refer another qualified Land Surveyor if we feel our bid would be too high. By following these simple principles our client list has been growing every year.

Jerry is a member of the Arizona Professional Land Surveyors, which represents over 600 Professional Land Surveyors in Arizona. Jerry is an Arizona native and has been land surveying in Arizona since 1977.

Jerry has spent nearly his entire life here in the Phoenix Metropolitan area.  Over the years, his knowledge of land surveying and civil engineering, acquired from his education and field experience, has allowed him to branch out as a Civil Designer as well. In the 4 year period prior to establishing Advanced Civil Design, Jerry worked for a local Civil Engineering firm as a lead designer, finalizing the design and drawings for entire subdivisions.

Pamela has decades of experience assisting Civil Engineers and Land Surveyors. Although Pamela is not pursuing a Professional Land Surveyor License, she is highly qualified with years of land surveying experience in the field.


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