About Tyee Surveyors

Tim GriffinTim Griffin has over 30 years experience surveying in the Pacific Northwest. He is a licensed professional surveyor in Washington and Oregon and a graduate of the Geographic Informations Systems (GIS) Program at the University of Washington. Tim has been an adjunct faculty member at Seattle University and is a member and past president of the North Puget Sound chapter of the LSAW (Land Surveyors of Washington) as well as a member and past chairperson of the Washington State Section of the ACSM (American Congress of Surveying and Mapping) For more information on the LSAW visit: http://www.lsaw.org/ or the ACSM visit: http://www.acsm.net/

Tim and his staff are well qualified to bring the knowledge and tools necessary for the success of your project. We look forward to working with you. References are available upon request.

Excerpt from the Whidbey Camano Land Trust Winter 2008 Newsletter:

Local Surveyors Donate Valuable Services
In addition to membership and financial donations, the Land Trust occasionally receives gifts of professional services. We recently had the pleasure of working with two land surveyors who gave portions of their services as in-kind gifts.
Tim Griffin originally donated surveying service to the Land Trust as a partner at Mead Gilman & Associates. Now he has done so with his own firm, Tyee Surveyors. For Tim, supporting the Land Trust is about honoring his family's history and heritage. His mother grew up on Whidbey and his wife's family had a home on Cultus Bay near the Hammons Preserve. When the Land Trust was looking for a surveyor to prepare a boundary survey on the preserve, Tim generously agreed to donate his time and skills. He also donated time to oversee decommissioning the well.

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The Whidbey Camano Land Trust is a non profit that works with private landowners, community groups and public agencies with the goal of protecting and preserving natural habitats and rural lands. For more information click on the Whidbey Camano Land Trust logo.