In existence for over 170 years, Ward Carpenter Engineers, Inc. continues to lead in surveying and mapping technology. This unmatched record of experience is based on surveying in Westchester County and adjoining counties. We provide a fully qualified staff, advanced instrumentation & computer facilities, and strong client relations.
Ward Carpenter Engineers subscribes to the "Code of Professional Land Surveyors, Inc." This code is designed to help maintain a high standard of reliability and precision in the preparation of land surveys. All non-licensed field and office staff have entered a program for Survey Technician Certification sponsored by the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NYSAPLS). Ward Carpenter Engineers is among the first surveying firms in New York State to initiate this professional standards program.
For over one-hundred and sixty-five years the surveyors of Ward Carpenter Engineers, Inc. have earned a reputation for accuracy, experience, and precision. Ward Carpenter's expert quality surveys and personalized, long term relationships with clients have made it one of the premier surveying firms in the Hudson Valley.
Long known for its combination of experience and the latest technology, Ward Carpenter consistently offers professional surveys that meets or exceeds state standards. All equipment used by Ward Carpenter Engineers, Inc. is state-of-the-art in the industry. For field equipment, we have the latest Total Stations with Data Collectors which allows for fast and error-free input of data which is downloaded to computers each day. Regarding office equipment, we maintain a network of approximately eight computers, plotter, and field-to-office Bluetooth technology. All mapping is computer-generated and plotted. Our services include:
Ward Carpenter was born in Ardsley, NY on February 3, 1814. He learned surveying as a boy from his father and grandfather and eventually started two surveying companies. An excerpt from his obituary reads: "Ward Carpenter's first survey was made in 1842. At first only the hours after he taught school and on Saturdays were so employed, but, on the opening of the Hudson River Railroad in 1847, there arose such a demand for his profession that he gave up teaching and thereafter devoted all his time and energies to the vocation of his life, in the pursuit of which he gained a reputation for accuracy and reliability, and established a name deep-rooted in the records of the Towns & County."
Ward Carpenter died on September 30, 1889. His sons continued the family surveying firm until 1910 when Ward Carpenter & Co. and Ward Carpenter Engineers, Inc. was formed. By this time the office was established in Tarrytown, NY.
Today, under the leadership of Steven J. Willard, Licensed Surveyor and President, the firm enjoys the same reputation for accuracy, reliability and dependability as its predecessors. The office moved to White Plains, NY in 1929. Ward Carpenter Engineers, Inc. maintains a staff of Qualified Surveyors — members of the Westchester-Putnam Association of Professional Land Surveyors. All are licensed and registered to practice the art of surveying in the state of New York. Two are dually licensed to practice in New York and Connecticut. Many on the staff have over 20 years field surveying experience.
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