Owner Steven S. Brosemer, PS 0752, is a Past President (1988 and 1989) and past Member of the Board of Directors of the Kansas Society of Land Surveyors (KSLS). Steve has been surveying in the area since 1979 and is a regular Presenter at KSLS sponsored Continuing Education Seminars, including the Regionally acclaimed Salina Seminar Series. Bowers and Brosemer have a new book out, Boundary Surveying in Kansas – A Guide for Surveyors out. See the Resource link for more information.
In June of 2008, Governor Sebelius appointed Mr. Brosemer to the Kansas State Board of Technical Professions for a four year term as Land Surveyor member and was re-appointed in 2012 and again in 2014 by Governor Brownback. Steve has served at all levels of leadership at the Board and was the Chair of the Minimum Standards for Boundary Surveys Subcommittee. His service to the State Board ended in June of 2018
Steve proudly serves the community in several capacities, including Past Chair of the Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce (2012), United Way Volunteer, Past President of the Emporia Enterprises Board of Directors (Industrial Development) and a member of the Board of Trustees of the Lyon County Historical Society.
Aaron C. Davis, PS 1368, is a graduate of Emporia State University in Mathematics and Physics. Licensed by exam, Aaron brings over 20 years experience to Geotech. His abilities in the area of construction staking are second to none. Aaron is as committed to modern technology as he is to the ancient principles of boundary surveying. Highly proficient in cadd and Carlson, he is the lead drafter of our most complex drawings, especially those of produced for design support.
Aaron serves his community and profession as a Township Treasurer where he lives and is currently serving as President Elect of the Kansas Society of Land Surveyors (KSLS). He is a graduate of the 22nd Class of Leadership Emporia. Aaron can be contacted at email@example.com.
She is also a graduate of the Emporia Area Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class and enjoys following her grandchildren’s school activities. Feel free to contact her either by phone at (620) 342-7491 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.