Mr. Hood began his Land Surveying career in 1979. He has worked on projects for both the public and private sectors. In 2000, Mr. Hood became Principal and President of Inland Aerial Surveys, Inc. and during this time has been specializing in photogrammetry. Past duties have included, but not limited too, managing the surveying and mapping departments for large Civil Engineering firms in the Inland Empire. Surveying services performed range from performing boundary establishment, control networks – established from conventional and GPS surveying techniques, Construction, Topographic mapping prepared from Aerial Photogrammetry, LIDAR and conventional Land Surveying techniques. Mr. Hood holds a Community College Teaching Credential for the subjects of Architectural, Engineering and Related Technologies. He has also served as an instructor for the Southern California Surveyors Apprenticeship Committee. Classes instructed were on the Party Chief level ranging from coordinate geometry, land surveying practices, Aerial Photogrammetry and conventional topography, boundary establishment and public lands. Mr. Hood also has experience as a Survey Party Chief, Mapping compiler (utilizing Analog, Analytical and Soft-Copy photogrammetric mapping equipment), as well as several hundred hours as an Aerial Camera Operator. Mr. Hood with his diverse background in Land Surveying as well in Photogrammetry gives him a unique insight for any project.