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  • A
    Escarez & Associates Professional Land Surveyors
    Rey arrived a couple days earlier than expected but said he was in the area and could do it that day if it worked for us or could come back on the scheduled day. That day worked out perfectly. Rey walked the area with me and explained what he was going to do. He was there several hours and when done, he walked the site with me again and answered all my questions. He found the original survey markers and his findings were within an inch or so of the originals. Rey is a very pleasant and polite man and I wouldn't hesitate to use him again.
    - Sue & Ladd T.
  • A
    BBA Land Surveying, LLC
    I emailed BBA Land Surveying to have both a property boundary and topographic surveys done. Fortunately, they had an opening the same week. Mark and another man were there right on time and spent 5 or 6 hours working on the survey. They were very nice and professional. We received all digital files a week later and also full size paper copies were delivered to us. We are very happy with the quality of the final product.
    - IRENE E.
  • A
    BBA Land Surveying, LLC
    Mark is great to work with; responsive, professional; showed up with his team on site as promised. I needed a quick delivery date and he was able to make that happen. Fair pricing. I had five bids-most pretty similar in amounts but Mark was easy to talk to and quick to respond to emails and texts. His work is well organized and easy to read.
    - Nan M.
  • A
    Chadwick and Winters Land Surveying
    I reached out to Brandon to inquire about a quote for a survey. He responded right away, acknowledging that their schedule was fairly booked up, but that he would look at my property online to see what it might entail. After doing so (and within minutes!), he came back and let me know that some work was done on one of the boundary lines a few years back by another company, and that it might make most economic sense to call them and see if they couldn't do the rest of it. I though that was incredibly thoughtful and rare in this business climate. Thanks Brandon! Will definitely refer you to friends in the future.
    - Christina K.
  • A
    Escarez & Associates Professional Land Surveyors
    He was extremely meticulous and thorough. In addition to the electronic data recorded on his equipment, he made meticulous notes to ensure there were no errors in the survey. He took extra time to ensure that he did a proper and complete survey. He was friendly and happily let me watch him work . . . which was very educational ��� I had no idea how complicated it is to do a survey, if done right. His prices were reasonable and competitive. I highly recommend him.
    - Lewis T.
  • F
    Several years ago Brent did a property line survey of our property as well as a 2' contour survey on a portion of the property where we were intending to build an addition.  At that time he was friendly, timely, and reasonably priced.  We ended up not building the addition at that time but we are now planning on complete tear-down.
    On our current project, our architect was continually delayed by another project so we got started late.  I decided to recontact Brent thinking that it would be easier/faster for him continue with this project since we already had a relationship.
    3/27/2015  -  Since he doesn't have web presence, it was difficult to find any information on him.  After a few days of searching, I was able to get a phone number and left a VM. 
    ***(NO REPLY)
    4/1/2015  10am -  No responses from Brent so I left another VM.
    4/1/2015  1pm  -  After 5 days of no call backs (first warning sign), I located his email address.  Short on time because of the architect's delays, I decided to send emails out to several surveyors, including Brent.
    I've left a couple VMs and have searched widely for your
    email address with little success.  I finally found it on the BBB
    I have attached a PDF (I have the DWG as well) of a survey that was done by you in 2009.  This 2009 survey was originally done for an addition that we had planned but we have now decided to do a new construction. You were reasonably priced, responsive, and did a good job.  We're on a bit of a tight timeline so if you could give me a price and your availability
    that would be great.  We will accommodate any time that is good for you.

    4/1/2015  4:30pm  -  Brent replied to the email with a contract, so I sent out apologies to the other surveyors and I informed Brent of my concern about time. He agreed (per contract) to have the property surveyed  in the following week and to have the survey data back to me within 4 days.  Being the most generous with the time, this would have been April 15th.
    4/1/2015  6:30pm  -  I respond to his email agreeing to the contract.
    Sounds good. Thanks for the quick response. Let
    me know when you are available and we will accommodate ourselves to your

    4/9/2015  -  No surveyors came out during the week so I sent him an email:

    Don't want to pester you, but do have a rough sense about when
    you would be coming out.  I'm just trying to make arrangements with the
    architect as to when he can expect the information.
    Thanks much

    ***(NO REPLY)

    4/13/2015  -  Still no surveyors so I sent him an email:
    Brent, I'm not sure what's going on but I need some contact from
    you.  Do I need some idea about when you are coming.  We are having
    to push schedule back more.
    Please let me know if I need to hire someone else.

    ***(NO REPLY)

    4/15/2015  -  I call and leave a VM asking him "what is going on?"
    Brent calls back an hour later with apologies and says they'll be out tomorrow.  I text back:
    Tomorrow is perfect [because I would be home]. Thanks so much for the explanation and the fast reply.

    4/16/2015  -  I came home in the morning (I work evenings in the medical field) to find 2 guys in a pick-up truck that look like surveyors.  I approach them (friendly) and ask if they work with Brent.  They simply nod, give unintelligible affirmative and turn away.
    (A bit rude and unprofessional I thought, but hey, sometimes I don't want to talk to people so I let them do their work.  I should note that I never actually saw them doing any survey work)
    4/27/2015  -  No responses from Brent so I send the following email:
    Brent, do you have some idea when I will be
    getting the survey?

    ***(NO REPLY)

    4/29/2015  7am  -  No responses from Brent so I send the following email:
    I'm trying my best to be patient but this is ridiculous. 
    From our first correspondence, I let you know that I needed the survey
    completed as soon as possible. You informed me that you were busy and would get
    to it the following week.  I agreed because you had done such a good job
    at a reasonable price several years ago.  I have written now several
    emails requesting some sort of update and you NEVER respond.  The guys you
    sent out were very un-social when I tried to talk with them.
    This is just not the way a professional business operates. 
    In my life, I have never written any evaluation of anyone's work because, being
    in the building industry myself, I know that s*** happens and everyone just
    moves on, but this has been exceptionally frustrating.
    If you don't respond by this afternoon, I will be pursuing every
    avenue to get the drawings and let others know what my experience has been with you.

    ***(NO REPLY)

    4/29/2015   2pm  -  No responses from Brent so I send the following text:
    Do you know when my survey will be completed?  I have emailed you several times with no response.
    ***(NO REPLY)
    4/30/2015   1pm  -  No responses so I left a VM.
    ***(NO REPLY)
    5/1//2015   1:30pm  -  No responses so I left another VM.
    ***(NO REPLY)
    5/1/2015   2:30pm  -  No responses from Brent so I send the following message through Facebook:
    I'm not a stalker nor a hard a** but I need my survey ASAP. I have tried to contact you in every way possible over the last week or so. I am now forced to hire another Surveyor because of this loss of contact. I'll also be contacting Angie's List (of which we are members) as well as the BBB. S*** happens but the length of time and lack of communication has been completely unacceptable.

    ***(NO REPLY)

    In brief, despite numerous VMs, texts, emails, and even a Facebook message, I have not heard from Brent since the 15th.  The last day that he could have complied with the contract.
    I hate to write this complaint (I'm 48 and have never formally complained about anyone) and I have sympathies for anyone out their doing work and raising kids.  I have worked in construction and Design/Build for years so I get it.  I have frankly never come across any sub-contractor as unreliable and un-communicative as Brent.
    Now I need to go out and find another surveyor to get this work done and see if I have any recourse.
    I should add that we have not yet been charged for the work.
    - Patti M.
  • A
    Mr. McMahon quickly returned our call. One other surveyor never returned our calls, another was overbooked, and a third wanted twice as much money to do the job. Mr. McMahon was reasonable and professional. He scheduled us promptly after receiving our deposit. He and an assistant arrived on time and worked about 2 hours to complete the survey. They were congenial gentlemen and answered all of our questions. They pounded metal stakes into the ground to mark the lot lines more or less permanently, and they also left temporary wooden markers in place. They walked us around the property when they were done and explained the results.
    - Laurel D.
  • A
    Escarez & Associates Professional Land Surveyors
    This was an awesome experience! Out of all the surveyors we contacted this was the only one who responded. He was professional and prompt and came out on a weekend to do the job (because he had commercial jobs during the week) He spent 6.5 hours tromping through wooded areas locating the four corners of our property. He spoke with neighbors when they thought he was in their yard and spent time with us explaining how he marked the corners, going all the way down the block to get exact reference points. He filed the survey with the city and we were given a detailed drawing of our property with identifiable markers. I would highly recommend this company to my friends or family and will definitely call on them again if I ever need to.
    - Trostle L.
  • A
    Central Cascade Surveying
    Ted was professional and personable. Excellent work for a great price.  I recently purchased my home and needed to enclose two sides of the back yard with a fence. The neighborhood building committee must approve plans for construction and, according to neighbors, a survey hadn't been done. I intended to use the survey in my submission to the building committee, as well as for future reference and potential disputes.  I appreciated that Ted used email for communicaiton and provided PDF copies of the drawing and receipt. I got one other bid off Angie's list, but it was about 20% higher. Ted also offered a cash discount.
    - Nathan H.
  • B
    Site Surveying, Inc
    I liked the fact that he provided a detailed and well-written description of the the work he was proposing to do. In the end, he did almost all of what he promised. Unfortunately, he did not start the work on the date he said he would, nor finish on time. Each time he provided an excuse. He took my initial payment on time, however.

    The agreement on payment was half when the work started, and half when completed. Thomas told me that he shreds credit card numbers, so he would call when the work was complete and ask me again for my credit card number. This was untrue. He retained my credit card number and charged the second payment before the work was complete and without asking me. He never did provide a usable AutoCAD file of the survey.
    - Paul T.
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  • Geo Dimensions

    10801 Main Street, Suite 102
    Bellevue, Washington
  • Goldsmith

    1215 114th Ave SE
    Bellevue, Washington

    355 NW Gilman Blvd Ste 201
    Issaquah, Washington