Smith and Kirk
J.C. Smith III R.L.S. 7882
Professional Registration: South Carolina, North Carolina,
South Carolina Society of Professional Land Surveyors, Northwest
Chapter of Professional Land Surveyors (Secretary Treasurer,
Ethics Committee, Rotary International, YMCA)
J. C. Smith is the proprietor of Smith Surveyors, Inc.,
a company founded by his grandfather in 1909. The firm provides
all facets of surveying services in the Southeast including location
and topographical surveys, ALTA/ACSM surveys, boundaries,
design placement of apartment complexes, radio tower
positioning, tunnel alignment, shopping center surveys, and
construction surveys for highways, bridges, airport runways,
and structural elements, Environmental Surveys.
J.C. has been associated with the family business all of his
life; his full time professional career began in June 1973. Since
then he has performed almost every type of surveying duty. His
current responsibilities include project coordination, client
needs assessments, project scope, supervision of all phases of
projects, and ultimate responsibility for achieving final results
on or before deadline.
Robert Dale Kirk R.L.S. 16133
Registered: Professional Land Surveyor, South Carolina
Affiliations: Northwest Chapter of Professional Land Surveyors
Dale Kirk is a 1982 graduate of Greenville Technical College
majoring in Mechanical Engineering Technology and has been an
associate at Smith Surveyors, Inc. since 1983 and is a
valuable asset to the firm. He has been surveying since 1973.
He has led projects for engineers, architects, developers, highway
and utility construction.
Mr. Kirk has risen through all surveying positions. His expertise,
efficiency, and attention to detail is of the highest of standards.
His current responsibilities include expeditious project
coordination, client needs assessment, project
scope, and supervision of current projects. He specializes in
boundaries, flood zones, ALTA/ACSM surveys, their preparation
and review, as-built surveys, construction staking and topographical