Robert Ubben Named Surveyor of the YearPosted on Wednesday, March 11th, 2015 by Peggy Amor
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We are pleased to share that Robert Ubben, Principal, was named Surveyor the Year by the Missouri Society of Professional Surveyors (MSPS). This award is presented annually to an MSPS member who upholds the principles of land surveying, while giving their time and effort to better the profession.
Over the course of his involvement with MSPS, Robert has served on nearly every committee, is the immediate past president and has been on the board since 2010. He was selected for this prestigious award for a lot of reasons. Here’s what MSPS had to say about Robert:
“Over the course of his 27-year career, he has always welcomed new challenges, pushing himself to grow as a land surveyor and becoming an integral part of his company. He is always willing to volunteer his time outside of normal work hours when it comes to increasing awareness about land surveying. He is an advocate of introducing youth to the profession and has mentored two younger professionals that are now licensed land surveyors in Kansas and Missouri. He has devoted countless hours to advocate for legislation regarding the profession, has taught surveying courses as an adjunct professor at Longview Metropolitan Community College in Kansas City, and has mentored high school students at the Blue Valley Center for Advanced Professional Studies. Anyone who knows him would agree that he lives by his core values of – balance, collaboration, excellence, servant leadership and trustworthiness. He has set an example for all of us, both professionally and personally.”
We couldn’t agree more. Congratulations, Robert!