You will find a diversity of subject matter presentations at this years camp as we continue work to provide a wide range of subjects.  Below is an ordered list of our presenters information and some available pre-camp materials.  As presenters make their material available, we will post it on our conference material page.

Trevor Allen - is a Forensic Scientist with the Washington State Patrol - Crime Laboratory Division. Trevor has been with the WSP since 2007 and is the Technical Lead of the Crime Scene Response Team, a mobile unit that responds to crime scenes across the state. In 2013, the Crime Scene Response Team incorporated 3D scanning into their workflow for crime scene documentation. Trevor has helped develop the workflow and policies regarding the use of 3D scanning and deliverable products that are presented in court for major crime cases across the state.

Jim Ayres -  Washington State County Road Administration Board (CRAB)
*1999 - Present. Design Systems Engineer for CRAB providing design system software CEAL, Eagle Point, AutoCAD Civil3D, InfraWorks, Pix4D and UAS training & support to Washington State Counties.
* 1986 -1999. Design Engineer, Grays Harbor County Public Works.
* 1986 - BSCE St. Martin's University

Hunter Eastman -  is a land surveyor for Seattle Public Utilities. He also works part time as an administrator for the Washington State Reference Network (a regional GPS network operated by SPU). He is a graduate of The Evergreen State College and has also received an AAS in Land Surveying from Renton Technical College. His interests outside of surveying include travel, backpacking, fishing, and visual arts.

John Gasche, LSIT - will talk about the Permit and some changes he’s implemented in his processing steps. 

John is a staff member of the DNR Public Land Survey Office. His main duties include processing the Monument Removal Permits (per WAC 332-120), doing outreach out monument preservation, procuring and organizing historic survey map collections, and managing the WebXtender customer service. John was part of the survey field crew in the DNR Olympic Region for many years before transferring to the PLSO in December 2009.

Jeff Graham, WSDOT -  Assistant Survey Support Engineer – InRoads Survey

With 30 + years performing topography mapping, construction staking and support in the field of survey for WSDOT. Currently as the assistant survey support engineer I am responsible for supporting survey equipment and survey processes for topography mapping and construction staking.

Tom Gray, PLS – Deputy Director of Public Works/County Surveyor for Grays Harbor County.

Tom has been with Grays Harbor County since 2001 and is responsible for the survey division as well as the county’s right of way agent. Tom is also a certified Washington State Bridge inspector . He has been a member of the WCCS for the past 18 years serving twice as President and 6 years as Secretary/Treasurer.

Kris Horton, PLS - will talk about why a map may be rejected for recording and the proposed Topographic Map Requirements. 
Kris is the Manager of the Public Land Survey Office which is part of the Engineering Division at the Department of Natural Resources. She has been part of the Washington surveying profession since 1999 and has been licensed since 2008. Prior to accepting her current position at DNR in February 2013 she worked for a small private surveying firm.

Bill Mumma  - Bill received a Bachelor of Science degree in Forest Engineering in 1976.  He worked in the private sector from 1976 to 1991.  Licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor in Oregon, Washington and Alaska, he began his career with the Department of Transportation in 1991.  In 2007 Bill was appointed to the position of State Survey Manager where he is responsible for surveying policies, training and Right of Way Plans preparation and approvals.

Chris Pucci  - Construction Automation Surveyor for the Oregon Department of Transportation in the headquarters level Engineering Automation Section.

He is a graduate of Oregon State University and has been a licensed Professional Land Surveyor in Oregon since 2007. Prior to ODOT he worked for two counties and one of the larger cities in Oregon. He has surveyed for planning, project development, right of way, construction, and everything in the middle. His past projects range in size from a 5 square foot fire hydrant easement to a 1,000 acre urban renewal district boundary. He is currently working on GNSS tablets for construction inspectors, contract specifications to support 3D engineered models, automated machine guidance, subsurface utility engineering, and other duties as assigned.

Kate Schalk, PLS  - earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Earth Science-Geology from Montana State University in 1996.  Currently she works for the Washington Department of Natural Resources as an Aquatic Land Surveyor and aquatic land ownership specialist.  Kate spent 9 years surveying with the City & County of Honolulu before returning to Washington in 2012.  

If you are scheduled to present at this years Survey Camp and would like your material available 'pre-conference,' we can post it here.   Send your information including your complete name, your title, and the name of presentation by email.   Send your presentation in a common format such as a Power Points or .Pdf files.   We will configure them and have a complete list here prior to conference start date.

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Note:  if you have your material saved to your own 'cloud' (ie: OneDrive, Drive, Dropbox) account,
we can create a link to it and  make it available on our presenters page.