This seminar will present an update of the issues facing the Profession of Surveying. Topics include: Educational Opportunities (1 .5 hour); Integration of Design, Construction, and Operations or B.I.M (1 hour);The Fundamentals and the Professional Practices testing at the NCEES (1 hour); Roundtable discussion of issues (0.5 hours)
George Armstrong is a licensed professional surveyor and professional engineer in Ohio and Kentucky. He has been a full-time instructor of Civil Engineering Technology at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College since 1994; and Associate Adjunct Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering since 2006. He teaches numerous courses in Surveying including Boundary, Construction and Geodetic Control. He has taught in traditional and on-line format as well as in seminars and professional development training. Additionally, George continues to own and operate a part-time surveying and engineering business to stay current in the profession. His honors and awards include: The High Score earner in Ohio for the October 1988 Professional Surveyor Exam, The Young Engineer of the Year for the 1993 Southwest Ohio Chapter of OSPS, and the House-Bruckmann excellence in Teaching award at Cincinnati State College 2001, and Finalist in 2016.