MillStone Staff
John W. Ward PLS
Only a licensed PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR may perform boundary or land
title surveys in Pennsylvania. A Professional Land Surveyor who practices under the statutory Code of Ethics is a credit to his community, his client or employer, and to himself. During boundary litigation, the Professional Land Surveyor is often called upon to appear in court as an expert witness, for his testimony is accepted as professional evidence and only he can assume the responsibility for the correctness and accuracy of his work. The Professional Land Surveyor offers a highly technical and complex service. It is important the surveyor be knowledgeable in whatever capacity he serves his client.

Jeff Bailey - Survey Crew Chief

Megan - Survey Technician