Trumph LS and construction stake out

#3
Would be nice not to just have set the instrument up and go to take a backsight and the dozer operator parks his machine in your line of sight and heads to lunch.
 
#4
If you can live with the tolerances provided by GNSS positioning, it is the way to go. With the LS, you can set it to provide stakeout instructions just like a total station would (left/right, forward/back).
 

Adam

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5PLS
#5
It's all I have used on one site I have been working on. Building pads are graded, curb is in, sewer is in, water and drainage is in. No problems. I would be careful with flat slopes.