Greg Larison

Professional Land Surveyor, Vice President of Surveying Operations


Greg has extensive experience in Kentucky in land surveying, records research, and survey calculations. His career in land surveying began in 1988 with the T.R. McNeely Land Surveying Company. He joined Viox & Viox’s surveying department in 1998. Greg currently oversees all aspects of land surveying including boundary surveys, corridor mapping, GPS control surveys, and any other aspect of real property transfer for Viox & Viox. Greg spends most of his free time camping and/or backpacking. He enjoys backpacking in the American West, specifically through the National Parks. He once took a three-hour detour while traveling with his family to visit the Napoleon Dynamite House in Preston, Idaho. And, ligers are pretty much his favorite animal.


Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology/Construction Management, Northern Kentucky University Extensive Trimble Navigation GPS Training
Simon Kenton High School, Independence, KY


Registered Kentucky Land Surveyor


The Boone Conservancy (Chair)
Kentucky Association of Professional Surveyors
Boone County Land Surveyor 2002-2010
Volunteer, Appalachian Trail Conference, Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Volunteer, United States Forest Service, Daniel Boone National Forest, Stanton Ranger District
Volunteer in the placement of National Geologic Baseline for the Kentucky Association of Professional Surveyors (KAPS)
Member KAPS (Past Chair)

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