Professional Land Surveyor: Idaho (10677), Washington (32446), Oregon (59904LS), California (L7416)
Professional Engineer: Idaho (10677), Washington (32446), Oregon (59904PE)
Rob obtained his first PLS license in Washington in 1995. He grew up working with his father, Bob Stratton, and has been around surveying all of his life. He obtained his first Professional Engineers License in Civil Engineering in Washington in 2009.
Bachelor of Science in Mining Engineering, Montana College of Mineral Science and Technology, 1990
National Society of Professional Land Surveyors (NSPS)
Idaho Society of Professional Land Surveyors (ISPLS)
Rob Stratton is an active member of the ISPLS. He was President of the Northern Section of the ISPLS in 2008 and 2009. He has been serving as the Section Director since 2012 where he represents the section at the state level. He was previously involved in the Land Surveyor's Association of Washington (LSAW), where he served as Chapter President of the South Central Chapter from 1995 to 1998, on the State Board from 1999 to 2003 and was State President in 2002. He has served on many committees at the chapter level and has attended countless continuing education programs. He has given several presentations on surveying to local schools, local organizations and at state conferences. He has taught classes on surveying to local survey technicians and to real estate groups.
Stratton Land Services, Inc. Sept. 2008 to Present
Stratton Surveying & Mapping March 1991 to Sept. 2008
Cyprus Minerals Thompson Creek Mine May 1990 to March 1991