Lowery & Associates assisted park volunteers at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park with the layout of over 3100 candles to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the civil war battle that took place there. Each candle represented a soldier that died in the battle.
Using GPS and a total station, an alignment was created based on natural features and a historical marker. A grid was then calculated based on the proposed candle locations and around 300 points were placed on the ground using GPS. From there, park volunteers and Boy Scouts used strings pulled from the 300 staked points to create the additional points.
Additional Battlefield Information
150 years ago, history was made at Kennesaw Mountain…
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park will offer three days of commemorative programs, battlefield tours, and living history demonstrations at sites throughout the park on June 26-29, 2014.
June 27, 2014, marks 150 years since Union Major General William T. Sherman launched his frontal assault at Kennesaw Mountain against the Confederate Army of Tennessee, led by General Joseph E. Johnston. The battle was a tactical defeat for the Union army, and was General Sherman’s last frontal assault of the Atlanta Campaign. Join the National Park Service, the Kennesaw Mountain Trail Club, and our partners as we commemorate this historic event.
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Lowery & Associates Land Surveying is now a registered land surveyor
in the state of Mississippi.
Mitch Lowery of Lowery and Associates has obtained his registered land surveyor license for the state of Mississippi. This now brings the total number of states and Lowery & Associates are registered in to 6 southeastern states, including; Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and Mississippi.
With the ability to complete land surveying projects throughout these states, Lowery and Associates are able to perform even larger projects for companies with multiple sites or franchises. Please call us or refer us for out of state projects as well as any surveying requirements within the state of Georgia.
Lowery & Associates has recently acquired a Focus3D FARO Laser Scanner. This device allows our company to move into the ever expanding 3D modeling market. We now have the ability to prepare highly detailed maps and as-built surveys of the interior and exterior of structures including, but not limited to, industrial areas, commercial and residential buildings, bridges, and accident scenes for investigation and legal purposes. Feel free to give us a call to discuss how this technology might fit into your projects. For more information on this technology, please see the following links:
Lowery & Associates Land Surveying are now pre-qualified for Land Surveying and Engineering Surveying with the Georgia Department of Transportation. This will enable us to pursue partnership opportunities with other pre-qualified consultants such as civil and environmental engineers. This pre-qualification helps to further diversify the types of projects Lowery & Associates can seek involvement in.
This will allow Lowery & Associates to be involved in several types of GDOT projects including roadway database for new highway construction or existing highway re-design. We look forward to the opportunity to participate on these projects!
Lowery & Associates Land Surveying are pleased to announce the addition of Jason Burnette to our staff. Jason has over 16 years’ experience in land surveying and is knowledgeable in a wide variety of survey types. He helps to solidify our company’s presence in North Georgia through his network of contacts in both the municipal and private sector. Jason is coming on board as a project manager and has already proven himself to be an invaluable asset.
Lowery & Associates Land Surveying will always strive to provide a staff with the highest level of training and experience to our clients. We are dedicated to completing each of our projects on time, on budget and with precision. Hiring and retaining top quality personnel is a key factor in maintaining these goals.