The company performs land surveying and engineering services for oil and gas, transportation, commercial land development, and residential real estate companies. It also provides consulting, GIS mapping and laser scanning.
With the commercial exemption, Landpoint says it now able to survey large areas in a day and provide deliverables within 24 hours of the initial survey. In addition to its Louisiana headquarters, the firm operates from locations in Texas, Colorado, Arkansas, Pennsylvania and Oklahoma.
“This is a great asset for Landpoint and a very exciting time,” says Chad Souter, vice president. “The regulatory approval is a very positive point of progression and shows that we strive to find new ways to innovate and provide better value to our clients.”