This survey company was extremely difficult to work with. Initially they were friendly and responsive but the remainder of our 4 month experience with them was exclusively me trying to track them down, calling them to make sure they were working on our project because I hadn't heard anything from them, asking if they needed any more information, gathering that information for them, and generally making them do the project I hired them for. They rarely called or emailed me back, they fought me most of the way, and the final product was so far from what we needed that we had to hire someone else to finish it. This is a survey company that does not have the ability to use GIS, which is standard technology today. I would never use this company again, and I would recommend the same for anyone else.
Phil Weigel, the owner, met with us and, after discussing the needs of our architectural client with us, promised to prepare a price proposal. We relayed our favorable first impression and Mr. Weigel's promise to our client. Then, after more than a week, he called to back out, saying that he was overwhelmed with too much work. That embarrassed us in front of our client, and left us to start all over again. Weigel should have know at the get-go that he was over-committed and not made promises that he could not keep. Do NOT trust this man's promises!
Don't hire Paramount Surveys. Our title company obtain 4 bids for a boundary survey for a home we are purchasing in Santa Fe. Paul's bid was the lowest but also stated he could have it done the quickest of the 4 bids. This was the most appealing item of his bid. Now we know better - he likely has very little business because of his unprofessionalism. He called our Title company while performing the survey and stated he had to charge another $500 because of two extra buildings on the property. WTF? It's readily known that surveyors utilize Google Earth and other online sources to review a property prior to submitting a bid. He had this information but did the con man special of a 'bait and switch' - offer a low upfront bid and then increase the price later when the matter is time sensitive. We tried calling him for an explanation and were met with rude, ranting, unprofessional comments. This guy is a con made. Our title company has removed him their surveyor list.