Todd Enke, PLS

Survey Director

Mr. Enke has more than thirty-five years of experience in the surveying industry which includes: mapping for topographic maps, utilities, record of surveys, parcel and subdivision maps, ALTA surveys, TRPA Coverage Surveys along with the preparation of legal descriptions and exhibits. Being the son of a licensed land surveyor, Mr. Enke has gained extensive field experience in construction layout, boundary, control, and topographic surveys, along with aerial drone and remote scanning. From this work he has acquired a solid understanding in the use of Trimble GPS, robotic total stations, digital Levels, scanners, aerial drones and bathymetric survey equipment to name a few of technologies that set him apart from others in the industry. In addition to his field experience Mr. Enke has twenty years of AutoCAD experience with the last fifteen years’ experience in AutoCAD Land Desktop and Civil 3D in preparation of the large range of survey projects he encounters. Mr. Enke’s current responsibilities include the management of the survey department personnel including multiple survey crews, cad technicians and professional staff in addition to the project management responsibilities, preparation of scopes, budgets, billing and still can be found out in the field completing project field tasks. This is Todd’s third year of serving on the Nevada Association of Land Surveyors State Board, this year holding the position of State Secretary and past positions of Director and last year State Treasurer.

Contact Information:

BS History, California State University Stanislaus, 1992

Professional Land Surveyor NV #19734

Professional Affiliations
Nevada Association of Land Surveyors (NALS) Lahontan Chapter, President (2019), Secretary (2020)
NALS State Board (2020-2023)

The Nevada Traverse, Journal of Professional Land Surveyors of Nevada – ‘Summary of Nevada’s 2018 ‘GPS On Benchmarks’ Campaign

The Nevada Traverse, Journal of Professional Land Surveyors of Nevada – Contributed ‘Following in the Footsteps’