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    Ibumpedmyknee,icannotcont inue Miotch's Avatar
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    Default Any Rally Geo Technical Engineers going to COG?

    Any Rally Geo Technical Engineers going to RFKaC (Colorado Rally)?

    So rally-shack was always a pipe dream for me. I have some property in Steamboat and I would like to build on it sooner than later. The survey company wants almost $2000 for the job. If I'm going to drop that kind of loot I rather keep it in the rally community. If any of you are going to COG this year that are Geo Technical Engineers and would like to trade some stuff (tires, suit, computer) for your services, please drop me a line.

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    Mitch

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    Any Rally Geo Technical Engineers going to RFKaC (Colorado Rally)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miotch View Post
    Any Rally Geo Technical Engineers going to RFKaC (Colorado Rally)?

    So rally-shack was always a pipe dream for me. I have some property in Steamboat and I would like to build on it sooner than later. The survey company wants almost $2000 for the job. If I'm going to drop that kind of loot I rather keep it in the rally community. If any of you are going to COG this year that are Geo Technical Engineers and would like to trade some stuff (tires, suit, computer) for your services, please drop me a line.

    Later!

    Mitch
    $2k is cheap for an engineer to put his professional license / career / house on the line in a highly litigious segment of the profession, and that engineer would likely need to be registered in CO. I am a geologist with a geotech firm and we don't even take residential jobs since the risk far outweighs the reward. I understand that the price is steep for a homeowner though; I hope to never need professional services like that for my house! Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hurst View Post
    Prism or Metro?
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