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John M. Jursa

John M. Jursa

Professional Land Surveyor

John works closely with the Senior Project Surveyor, completing necessary fieldwork to provide accurate data for finished products.  John is the liaison between clients and the office and effectively communicates what the company is providing in the field, answering any questions, and providing additional information to the client as needed.  John’s duties also include locating and/or setting the monumentation and lot lines for the client and staking it in a clear manner so there are no ambiguities in the field. One of his primary duties is collecting the field data efficiently and with the accuracy and precision that is required to provide the highest quality product possible.  He also sets the pace as the field crew leader and is responsible for overseeing junior crew members to ensure high quality of work.

John specializes in locating and setting monumentation and all aspects of construction surveying including municipal infrastructure and utilities, curb and gutter, highway construction, transmission/power line construction, and oil and gas exploration.  He is also proficient in collecting topographic data at the standards needed for engineering purposes, GIS, ALTA/NSPS, and FEMA Flood Certifications.

John is a member of the Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors and the Northern Lakes Chapter of the WSLS.

Prior to his current position, John was a party chief for two separate engineering and surveying companies in Wisconsin and Colorado over the course of 12 years.  His work included all aspects of boundary and construction surveying in New Mexico, Utah, Colorado, and Wisconsin.  Prior to joining the surveying profession, he worked for the United States Forest Service for seven years in Colorado and Idaho.

John holds a B.S. in Outdoor Recreation and Resource Management from Indiana University – Bloomington.  He has received his Professional License in Land Surveying in July of 2019 and is looking forward to helping expand the Land Surveying Department.

In his free time, John enjoys spending time with his family, building furniture, and exploring with his backpack and canoe.