|Dickinson Land Surveyors opens in Holyoke|
|Written by Brenda Johnson Brandt|
Branching out from their established business in Ogallala, Neb., Dickinson Land Surveyors, Inc. opened a Holyoke office on the second floor of the Peerless Center at 212 S. Interocean Ave. in Holyoke last Friday, March 1.
Ryan and Mary Dickinson founded Dickinson Land Surveyors, Inc. 10 years ago, in March of 2003. However, Ryan has been involved in surveying since the mid-1980s.
Having done business in Holyoke for about 15 years, Ryan said he likes this town, and he noticed a need for this type of business.
Most recently they have done surveying for the new Baptist Church, Family Dollar and the airport.
Dickinson Land Surveyors, Inc. of Ogallala, Neb., opened a Holyoke branch office in the Peerless Center last week. Business representatives are pictured from left, owners Ryan and Mary Dickinson, support staff Jennifer Shaw and Tyrel Most and Holyoke office manager Josh Skelton. —Enterprise photo
Services provided by Dickinson Land Surveyors are rural and urban land surveys, construction staking, GPS control surveys, topographic surveys and land development surveys.
They serve lawyers, realtors, land developers, engineers, architects, city and county officials, geological companies, financial institutions, home-owners and homesellers.
The company promotes that their surveys can protect, prove and insure purchases or sales. They are licensed in Nebraska and Colorado.
Josh Skelton, who has been employed with Dickinson Land Surveyors for six years, has moved to Holyoke and will serve as Holyoke manager.
Skelton graduated from high school in Wauneta, Neb., and earned an associate’s degree in land surveying and civil engineering from Southeast Community College in Milford, Neb. He completed an internship with Dickinson and has been working with the company ever since.
Dickinson Land Surveyors, Inc. works as a close-knit team. Included in the team are support staff Jennifer Shaw and Tyrel Most.
The Holyoke office contact number is 854-8440. If there’s no answer, the call will be forwarded to Shaw in the Ogallala office. Skelton can also be reached on his cell phone, 308-350-1326.
Holyoke Enterprise March 7, 2013