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BISCAYNE ENGINEERING WELCOMES GEOINFORMATICS STUDENTS FROM AALTO UNIVERSITY IN FINLAND!

Miami, Florida – September 30, 2014 – Biscayne Engineering Company proudly welcomes the Poligoni Geoinformatics club, a Geomatics student group all the way from Aalto University near Helsinki, Finland!

The international visitors (pictured wearing the traditional caps awarded to upper class Poligoni students in Finland) were hosted by Biscayne Engineering for the afternoon before ending the day at an FSMS meeting at the University of Florida Fort Lauderdale campus.

The itinerary included a guided tour of downtown Miami on the elevated metromover featuring several stops at Biscayne Engineering project sites. The tour ended at Biscayne’s offices and allowed the students to learn about how surveying and geomatics are practiced professionally in the United States.

The tour concluded with a presentation and an engaging discussion led by recent UF Geomatics graduate and BEC team member Alberto Rabionet. The exchange of information and cultures provided for a memorable experience and offered new perspectives that will surely benefit all parties involved.

Please check out the hyperlinks to read more about the trip from Poligoni and the University of Florida.

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Old Time Surveyors Meeting

Date: Saturday, March 8th, 2014

Time: 11:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Location: Tropical Acres Restaurant

Address: 2500 Griffin Rd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312

Restaurant phone: (954) 989-2500

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Biscayne Engineering Company partners with the University of Florida Geomatics program to deliver another successful Open House

Davie, Florida- January 25, 2014- For a second straight year, Biscayne Engineering is proud to partner with the University of Florida FLREC Geomatics Program for their annual Open House. The Geomatics portion of the Open House included a satellite imagery quiz, presentations on Geomatics, and an interactive demonstration of high definition laser scanning (which featured members of the Biscayne Engineering team, some being UF Geomatics graduates themselves).

Eugenio Palomo, Biscayne Engineering Company Laser Scanning Technician and a graduate of the program, led the way by helping put together a memorable demonstration for all who came. If you missed it, come see us during next year’s open house in mid January!

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To learn more about the Geomatics Program, please visit: http://flrec.ifas.ufl.edu/geomatics/

Biscayne Engineering Company is proud to team up with the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy in performing archaeological surveys of 2,000± year old sites across South Florida.

Miami, FL- Biscayne Engineering Company is proud to team up with the Archaeological and Historical Conservancy in performing archaeological surveys of 2,000± year old sites across South Florida. Biscayne’s historical legacy dates back to the inception of Miami at the end of the 19th century and it is only fitting that we be entrusted to supplement this legacy with the recent archaeological survey projects making news around the world!
B.E.C. has helped preserve and better understand our history by working with archaeologist Bob Carr and his team on the Miami Tequesta village circles in downtown Miami and now on the 2,000 year old Native American skeleton found underneath Pine Island Road in Davie.

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Click below to read more about these exciting projects:

– 2,000 year old Native American skeleton survey (Davie, Florida):
http://articles.sun-sentinel.com/2014-01-09/news/fl-ancient-skeleton-found-20140109_1_tequesta-indian-jeaga-tribe-skeleton
http://www.popsci.com/article/science/well-preserved-2000-year-old-skeleton-found-south-florida
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/10/tequesta-skeleton_n_4572659.html
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/construction-uncovers-2-000-year-old-indian-skeleton-s-florida-article-1.1575819
http://www.techtimes.com/articles/2631/20140113/2000-year-old-native-american-womans-skeleton-unearthed-at-florida-dig-site.htm

– Tequesta village circles and Henry Flagler’s Royal Palm Hotel survey (Miami, Florida):
http://www.biscaynetimes.com/index.php?option=com_content&id=1618:building-on-the-past
“..Biscayne Engineering finished taking digital coordinates for a 3D laser map of the site.” – Biscayne Times

BISCAYNE ENGINEERING COMPANY SEEKING PARTY CHIEF, FIELD SURVEY PERSONNEL

Miami, FL- Biscayne Engineering Company is currently seeking a highly skilled individual for the position of Field Crew Party Chief, to work in the surveying department of our Miami headquarters. The ideal candidate will have at least 10 years of experience in the surveying profession and will be an energetic, motivated, self-starter. We are looking for a leader that is able to think on their feet and solve problems. If you are ready for a challenge, please contact us!

BISCAYNE ENGINEERING COMPANY SEEKING SENIOR SURVEYING TECHNICIAN

Miami, FL- Biscayne Engineering Company is seeking a Senior Surveying Technician to work in the surveying department of our Miami headquarters. Individuals that apply must have knowledge of general surveying as well as expertise in Autodesk Civil3d and/or Microstation/FDOT. Biscayne takes great pride in our survey deliverables, and the ideal candidate will be working with a team of skilled professionals.

BISCAYNE ENGINEERING CONGRATULATES ALBERTO RABIONET!

St. Petersburg, Florida – August 24, 2013 – Biscayne Engineering would like to congratulate Alberto Rabionet for winning the Paul T. O’Hargan Memorial Scholarship and continuing the company’s tradition of giving back to the community.
Alberto, recently graduated from the University of Florida, received the award at the 58th annual FSMS conference. The award recognizes Alberto’s vision for the future of the profession through community outreach with local students.
On October 9th, 2013, Alberto volunteered as a group leader during the 4H National Youth Science Day experiment. With the support of UF and Biscayne Engineering, Alberto is sure to have made a lasting impression as this year’s theme was fittingly GIS and Mapping.

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(Pictured: Alberto and Adam Benjamin of UF volunteering at the 4H Maps & Apps event.)

Biscayne Engineering is seeking a passionate Senior Civil Engineer with 15+ years as a licensed professional engineer for our South Florida headquarters located in Miami-Dade County.

Miami, Florida – April 2, 2013 – Biscayne Engineering is seeking  a passionate Senior Civil Engineer with 15+ years as a licensed professional engineer for our South Florida headquarters located in Miami-Dade County. This individual must possess strong leadership qualifications, a dynamic personality and the vision and ability to further expand our engineering department.    We will provide an ownership opportunity to the individual that shows willingness to go above and beyond to grow the company.  In addition to all necessary qualifications, the ideal candidate must be willing to “roll up their sleeves” to get the job done.

Biscayne Engineering joins with The Salvation Army on their Miami 100 Year Celebration

Coral Gables, Florida – April 17, 2013 – Biscayne Engineering congratulates The Salvation Army on their Miami 100 Year Celebration. We were honored to be able to attend the Celebration Luncheon of this wonderful organization. Join us today to make a difference, because with your help, The Salvation Army will continue assisting those who are homeless, abused or disadvantaged in pursuit of its goals: serving the most people, meeting the most needs, DOING THE MOST GOOD!

Biscayne Engineering Company partners with the University of Florida Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center for their Open House

SONY DSCDavie, Florida- January 14, 2013-Biscayne Engineering was pleased to have partnered with the University of Florida FLREC Geomatics Program for their Open House, January 12, 2013.
The Geomatics portion of the Open House included a satellite imagery quiz, presentations on Geomatics, and a demonstration of high definition laser scanning (which featured Biscayne Engineering employees, as well as UF Geomatics graduates and students).
“We had a great time and appreciated the opportunity to demonstrate some of the latest technology in laser scanning”, said Eugenio Palomo, Biscayne Engineering Company Laser Scanning Technician and a graduate of the UF Geomatics program.
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To learn more about the Geomatics Program, please visit: http://flrec.ifas.ufl.edu/geomatics/