American Structurepoint

CAD Technician - Survey

Job Locations US-IN-Indianapolis
Job ID
Surveying Group
Employment Type
Regular Full-Time


American Structurepoint is constantly defining the built environment by creating an atmosphere of creativity, responsibility, diversity, accountability, and entrepreneurship. We believe that innovation comes from a constant flow of diverse ideas. The phrase "because that’s how we’ve always done it" is never a part of our conversations. We encourage our experts to try new things and explore ideas that can help our clients achieve their goals, even if those ideas are unconventional. We are looking for innovative, creative, and passionate professionals who seek excellence in all they do to serve their clients. We invite you to explore the following exciting opportunity to join our team:


Group: Land Surveying

Position: Survey CAD Technician

Location: Indianapolis, IN or Evansville, IN 


Our team of 40+ professionals have access to latest tools such as, GPS, robotic, UAV technology, terrestrial scanning and hydrographic surveying equipment. Our Land Surveying team does it all, from ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys, to topographic and boundary surveys, to hydrographic, transportation (bridge and road) and utility route surveys, to right-of-way services and construction staking.


  • Process field data into topographic surveys and ALTA/NSPS Land Title Surveys.
  • Preparation of exhibits and subdivision plats
  • Assist with the layout of property and easement descriptions.
  • Download LiDAR, aerial photography and other GIS data from public domain sites.
  • Preparation of Location Control Route Survey Plats (a plus but not required)


  • Fluent in Civil3D (current versions)
  • Fluent in Autodesk AutoCAD (current versions)
  • Microstation experience a plus
  • 5-10 years’ experience
  • Knowledge of other related software (Trimble Business Center, GIS, etc)
  • Experience with scanning or other non-traditional surveying technologies


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