1602 W. Hays Street Suite 306
Boise, ID 83702
Nathan J. Dang, a Professional Land Surveyor (PLS) licensed in Idaho and California, started land surveying two decades ago in Fairplay, Colorado. Surveying at 10,000 feet+ elevations, working on diverse projects such as rural lot surveys, ski area boundaries and 150-year-old mineral claims was just the sort of challenge to engage Nathan in a lifelong career in land surveying. In California, Nathan worked in a mix of urban and rural environments, becoming an expert at topographic mapping, construction staking, boundary law, and the art of cartography. He and his family has made Boise Idaho their home since 2004.
Nathan is committed to producing the highest quality of work, with particular emphasis on the continued education of his staff and the public in the art and science of land surveying. He is a past president of the Idaho Society of Professional Land Surveyors (ISPLS). He is also the Idaho Governor of the Western Federation of Professional Surveyors.
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Preston was born in La Jolla CA. and moved to Boise in 1973. After graduating from Boise High School in 1991, Preston graduated from ITT Technical Institute and received his Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering working in the electronics field for approximately 10 years. Preston decided to take on a new professional direction and earned his Bachelor Degree of Applied Science from Boise State University specializing in Drafting technologies and Geospatial Information Systems.
In 2013 Preston joined the Accurate Surveying team, bringing with him a vast array of drafting skills and real world experience. Preston’s attention to detail and exacting standards has allowed Accurate Surveying to produce the highest quality maps in an efficient and timely manner. Spending time in the field and the office simultaneously has allowed Preston to gain added insight to the scope of work required for projects ranging from Records of Survey to large scale A.L.T.A. surveys.
Preston is married with 3 young sons. When his family allows it, he enjoys Mt. Biking, Backpacking, Golfing, and the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Jack Clark, PLS, is the Senior Survey Consultant for Accurate Surveying and Mapping. Jack recently retired from the Ada County Assessor’s Office where he worked as the Senior Land Records Analyst. That position involved the mapping and determination of real property ownership for tax assessment purposes and mentoring the land records staff to achieve those goals.
Jack believes that many real estate boundary problems would be solved by more surveyor involvement at the beginning of a dispute. His institutional knowledge of Ada County records and years of field experience are assets many Treasure Valley developers, law firms, title companies and land surveyors have utilized and now are at the disposal for clients of Accurate
Surveying & Mapping.
Jack worked for Morrison-Knudsen Company from the mid 70s through the early 80s. As an employee of M-K,
Jack surveyed overseas in central Africa and on numerous projects in the Pacific Northwest and Alaska in support of the companies’ projects. After earning his Professional Land Surveyor license #4732 in 1983 he surveyed in Ada and surrounding counties for consultants until 1990.
Prior to joining the Ada County Assessor’s Office in 1996, Jack worked for Infotec, the contractor to the Bureau of Land Management on their Geographic Co-ordinate Data Base (GCDB) project. This digital mapping project is based upon survey records that originated in the 1860’s.
Our staff is comprised of survey leaders who are active on state and national societies.
Trotsky has a job to do, and that is to be the best survey companion. She excels at customer relations and finding pins, and keeps the truck safe from marauders.
Kerry Albright was born and raised in McCall, Idaho. He started his surveying career in 1990 with the United States Navy Seabees. After seven years Kerry moved with his young family to Boise, ID. Over the past 19 years Kerry has had the opportunity to work for the Federal Government, large Corporate Business, a National Surveying firm, local Engineering firms and independent Land Surveying companies, He has gained a unique perspective and experience base that provides clients with flexibility and creative problem solving. Kerry has been a licensed Land Surveyor in Idaho since 2007.
Throughout Kerry’s career he has worked on many projects across the Treasure Valley including; Boise, Nampa, Caldwell and Ontario Airports surveys, Mountain Home Air Force Base Runway surveys, Elks Rehab, Roaring Springs, I-84 Gowen to Orchard and Sand Hollow to Black Canyon, Hidden Springs and Harris Ranch. As well he was involved with Highway 55 passing lane surveys in Gardena, Cascade and Donnelly.
While with the U.S. Forest Service Kerry performed Cadastral surveying of Government land boundaries in Lowman, Stanley and Ketchum.
Over the past two and half years Kerry worked for a National Surveying firm and he performed ALTA Land Title Surveys on more than 800 sites across 31 States. These surveys ranged from Golf Courses, Mining Sites, hotels, commercial campuses and shopping malls to restaurants, gas stations, and cell sites.
From 2002 through 2006 Kerry attended classes while working full-time to obtain his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees from George Fox University.
Kerry and his wife Amanda have been married 24 years and have two children, Jeffrey age 22 and Joshua age 20. Jeffrey is currently serving with the United States Air Force at Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas, NV and Joshua started his second year at Boise State University.
Brandon Grant, Survey Technician - Born and raised in the Treasure Valley, Brandon graduated from Capital High School in 2014. Initially exposed to the multifaceted world of surveying during a vocational education class at the Dennis PTE Center, Brandon took an interest. Currently enrolled in an apprenticeship program through the Idaho Department of Labor, and pursuing a degree in Survey Technology at Idaho State University, he is making strong preparations for a career in land surveying. During his time with Accurate, Brandon has expanded his knowledge with involvement in a number of projects, versing him in the methods of field operations; as well as the many disciplines practiced by his fellow surveyors. In his office time, you’ll find him drafting on CAD software, maintaining the equipment, managing the company’s website, Facebook profile, and Google Earth GIS databases for both jobs and control points.