Gulf West Surveying, Incorporated has been servicing Citrus, Marion, Levy and Hernando Counties, as well as other areas of the state since 2004. offers a full range of professional surveying and mapping services to both public and private sector clients including the State of Florida Armory Board, City of Crystal River and Rainbow Springs Home builders, Incorporated.
Some of our project experiences include the expansion/updating of Guard facilities with the Florida National Guard, State of Florida Amory Board, under the direction of Mr. Butch Hersey of St. Augustine, Florida. (G.W.S.I.) provided timely completion of engineering design surveying services of various Guard facilities around the state.
Gulf West Surveying, Incorporated is dedicated to providing our clients with superior, accurate and professional surveying services. (G.W.S.I.) accomplishes this with a highly qualified team having a variety of technical knowledge.
George Washington was not only a founding political father of the U.S., he was a founding surveyor of Virginia, as well. At the age of eleven, he inherited Ferry Farm. When George reached school age, instead of a career in the Royal Navy, George went to school to study surveying and geometry. His first surveying tools were from his own storehouse on Ferry Farm. At the age of 17, under the tutelage of Joshua Fry, he surveyed the northern neck of Virginia and became the county surveyor for Culpeper County, Virginia. By the time of the French and Indian War, he had laid out most of northern Virginia, and this knowledge would contribute to his success during the war. From 1747 to 1799, he surveyed 200 tracts of land, and due to his also being a land speculator, he amassed 65,000 acres (260 km2) of land. During the Revolutionary War, he appointed the first geographer of the Continental Army, Robert Erskine.