Survey Party Chief
I love contributing my skills in Durango, the very place where I developed and honed them.
Conner grew up in Sitka, Alaska and graduated from Bellingham Technical College with an Associate of Science in Survey and Mapping. He moved to Durango and enrolled in Fort Lewis College to pursue a career in engineering. In the summer of 2012, Conner joined Goff as a seasonal survey crew member. Later, after realizing his appreciation for the diverse project scope, he transitioned into a full-time position. Now, he oversees our field crews as a party chief and specializes in field data collection for topographic surveys, boundary surveys, and construction staking.
Conner enjoys working in remote areas of forests, searching for monumentation and defining boundaries. One of his most memorable projects was gathering topographic information at the portal of the Gold King mine, shortly after the 2015 waste water spill.
While attending Fort Lewis, Conner volunteered with Engineers Without Borders. He values the experience designing and constructing water systems in communities near the northern border of Nicaragua.
During his time off, you can find Conner mountain biking, backpacking, practicing photography, snowboarding, and traveling.