By David Lawson, David Lawson David Lawson02 December 2005
Everyone thinks they know what surveyors do. They walk around building sites doing strange things with a theodolite or wear pinstripes and stick brochures in the window. This stereotype is as flawed as the idea that lawyers roam the streets in wigs and gowns and accountants scratch minute figures into ...
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