Horneman Surveying & Cartography
Jeffrey Horneman, PLS/GISP, has been working in the survey/geospatial field since joining the U.S. Army Reserves in 1984 as a geodetic surveyor. He attended Defense Mapping School (now National Geospatial Intelligence Agency) in Fort Belvoir for geodetic surveying, and received continuing education in the U.S. Army Professional Development Institute, Community College of the Air Force, and various conferences to acquire more than 200 credits in surveying, mapping, geology, GIS, and engineering. His experience during the past 38 years varies from surface and underground mining design and permitting, boundary & topographic surveys, ALTA surveys, subdivisions, construction surveying, GIS creation, oil/gas wells and pipelines, and consulting through several small to large private engineering and survey firms, and the U.S. Government (U.S. Army Reserves, U.S. Air Force Reserves, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers civilian). Horneman retired from the Reserves as a Master Sergeant with 24 years of service, and currently works for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, as the real estate cartographer for cadastral projects and GIS base mapping. He is licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and New York, and is also a GIS Professional. Horneman is a past president of the PSLS Southwest Chapter, and served as the PADEP‐PSLS Liaison Committee chair and the Geospatial Committee.