Gregg Bell has 22 years of combined field surveying, mapping, boundary determination, and computer application experience. He has gained valuable field experience working in the Cortland County Highway Department while attending SUNY Alfred. Gregg’s duties included topographic surveys and construction stakeout. Upon graduation from SUNY Alfred, he was employed by BME as an instrument person, gaining additional experience with topographic surveys, construction stakeout, and boundary surveys.
“My expertise and passion for surveying ensures that we’ll do your job right and look out for your interests.”
Gregg works mainly in the office where his responsibilities include applying his fundamental surveying principles to maintain a standard higher than those outlined in the “Code of Practice.” The responsibilities cover three general aspects of surveying: management, mathematics, and legal interpretations.
As the Survey Department Manager, Gregg is the principal administrator of all functions and activities of the Survey staff, and is responsible for quality control for the survey work and services provided by the department. He is also responsible for the overall performance of the Geneva office. Gregg believes staying current with technology is important and was instrumental in BME’s decision to purchase Global Positioning System (GPS) equipment, providing valuable information and insight as to how to use GPS effectively to reduce client cost. He also provides machine control surface modeling for construction sites.
Genesee Valley Land Surveyors Association (Board of Directors Past Member)