GeoSurvey announced a transition of ownership. Trenton D. Turk and Jamey R. Coleman, founders of GeoSurvey, Ltd., sold their interest in the firm to the minority partners. Brad Cash, David Hester, Gene Etris, and Craig Jennings acquired full ownership of the firm, naming Brad Cash as CEO and David L. Hester as COO.
We added UAV services as part of our suite capabilities.
David Hester, Brad Cash, Gene Etris, and Craig Jennings were named as partners in GeoSurvey, recognizing their years of dedication as Survey Project Managers for the firm
GeoSurvey adds laser scanning services as part of our suite of capabilities by purchasing a Faro X330 laser scanner. Embracing this technology enabled us to expand into other areas of service and support our existing workload with newer technology.
As the economy began to rebound, the GeoSurvey team began embracing newer measurement technologies such as robotics, GPS, laser scanning, and photogrammetry.
After surviving the economic downturn of the late 2000’s, GeoSurvey relocated its headquarters to 1660 Barnes Mill Road in Marietta. We still operate from this location today.
GeoSurvey was selected a Top 25 Business in Cobb County, Georgia by the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce.
GeoSurvey purchased an office building and moved our operations. Our new office building was 14,000 sq ft and provided an excellent base of operation for our 42 employees.
Jamey Coleman, PLS, was made a partner in the GeoSurvey after years of dedicated service. Jamey played a pivotal role in the creation of GeoSurvey years earlier.
GeoSurvey experienced tremendous growth during the first few years of business, reaching 30 employees within the first four years. Our client list quickly expanded to include clients in small retail, residential, and other segments.