Cadastral Consulting, LLC
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Welcome to Cadastral Consulting, LLC
Cadastral Consulting was originally formed in 1984 by Dennis J. Mouland, PLS, for the purpose of providing a high quality source of continuing education for the real estate and land surveying professions. Wendy Lathrop, PLS, CFM first joined the Cadastral Consulting team in 2000, and purchased all rights to the Cadastral Consulting name and operation as of May 1, 2005 when Dennis returned to work with the Bureau of Land Management. The organization has expanded to provide you with more speakers able to address a broader realm of topics for the design, land use, environmnental, and legal professions.
Each of our speakers has many years of experience, both broad and specialized.
Our team of professional surveyors, floodplain managers, GPS and GIS specialists can provide educational programs at conferences as well as customized in-house training. We can also offer consulting services to answer a wide range of surveying, land use, floodplain management, expert witness, and technical needs.
Browse a list of all classes presented by Cadastral Consulting speakers
Several new titles have recently been added to our list of publications – and we are now able to accept most major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, and Discover).
News on the floodplain management front:
Monitor updates to FEMA's Elevation Certificate on our NFIP and Floodplain Management page.
Posted on our NFIP and Floodplain Management page is a summary of changes introduced by the reauthorization of the NFIP by Congress in July 2012 (Biggert Waters Act), as well as a download of the pertinent pages of the bill.
The National Research Council has released its report (prepared by a committee on which Wendy Lathrop served) entitled “Mapping the Zone: Improving Flood Map Accuracy”. An executive summary of the report is available here and on our NFIP and Floodplain Management page as a 2.2 MB PDF. More information and full copies of the report are available through the National Research Council website by clicking here.
page last updated February 5, 2017