Becoming a professional land surveyor in Wisconsin may seem easy enough, but there’s a good deal of work that goes into it. Amongst other things, you’ll need a sound understanding of the industry and you’ll have to know how to translate this with a bit of business acumen into your work as a land surveyor.
If you know what you’re doing, then you probably already know you need a Wisconsin land surveyor board-approved seal to legally operate a professional land surveying practice. Unfortunately, professional land surveyors in your shoes forget to review their seal before going out and getting started. Should anything be wrong with it, they won’t find out until it’s too late.
The Dimensions for the Wisconsin Professional Land Surveyors Seal
This is why you have to look over your Wisconsin land surveyor seal thoroughly before using it to make sure it meets every Wisconsin land surveyor stamp requirement. Fortunately, it’s a pretty simple seal, so this is fairly easy to do. Let’s begin with the dimensions.
The Wisconsin land surveyor seal can be anywhere between 1-5/8” and 2" in diameter. Typically, though, these professional land surveyor seals tend to be 1-5/8”, but it’s not required as long as it meets the dimensions listed above, it complies with board specifications.
Wisconsin Land Surveyor Seal Requirement
Then there’s the actual Wisconsin land surveyor seal itself and how it looks. Again, this is a pretty simple seal, so you shouldn’t have much trouble confirming if yours complies or not.
Along the perimeter, you should observe a perforated design. Then, inside the seal, you’ll notice there is another circle. This one, though, is outlined in dots.
Going across the top of the seal is the word, “Wisconsin.” The state’s name is bookended by two stars. Going across the bottom, you should read, “Land Surveyor.”
Now, in the middle circle, four pieces of information must be displayed. First, there is the name of the permit holder, which must be shown as it was originally prepared on your application. Then, you should have your permit number listed. After that, the city you’re licensed in and then, “Wisconsin.”
That’s all there is to the Wisconsin land surveyor seal. Take a minute when you get yours to look it over quickly and you’ll be able to rest assured yours complies with using it. Doing so might end up saving you a lot of money and frustration.
The Products That A Wisconsin Land Surveyor Is Authorized To Use
There is not only one rubber stamp type that is allowed by the Wisconsin land surveying board. As long as it meets the listed requirements, you can use a self-inking stamp, a regular rubber stamp, or even a computer-generated electronic seal in conjunction with an electronic signature. We provide such a seal with each rubber stamp or seal sold at ESS, and they can be particularly helpful to add to electronic submissions or other public documents created by electronic means. Another thing to note is that there is no dual licensure, so if you are a Wisconsin land surveyor who is also a landscape architect, professional engineer, or a regular Wisconsin registered architect, you will need a registration seal for each of these licenses, even if they are all maintained by one specific person.
Professional Land Surveyor Self-Inking Stamp
The Self-Inking Wisconsin Land Surveyor Stamp is a high-quality seal that is backed by our state board guarantee. It is made to State Specifications from the board and is available in 11 Ink Colors. This stamp is simple to use- just press and print! It is also excellent for repetitive stamping, as it can make up to 5,000 impressions before needing to be reinked. The internal ink pad is also replaceable, so you'll never have to worry about running out of ink. Best of all, the smooth action printing makes it a breeze to use for the registered professional.
Digital Seals and Professional Land Surveying Practice
Need an electronic record of your seal? Looking for an easy and convenient way to seal your Wisconsin land surveying documents? Look no further than our Digital Wisconsin Land Surveyor Stamp! This eseal is guaranteed to meet state specifications and is available in 6 different file formats, including DXF, DWG, PDF, JPG, TIF, and PNG (with transparent background). Whether you're sealing documents electronically or printing them out, our 300 dpi resolution stamp will give you a clean and professional result every time. This goes for the same practice as Professional Engineer Licensed in Wisconsin.
We're here to help! From seals and stamps for professional engineers, landscape architects, land surveyors, or registered architects, we have the seal authorized for use. There isn't anything better than an expert company like ours that knows exactly how important these small items become during any given project. Get your registration seals at ESS today by taking advantage of our variety and expertise.
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