TerraSond Growth, Revenue, Number of Employees and Funding
Estimated Revenue & Financials
- TerraSond's estimated revenue is currently $15.5M per year.
- TerraSond's estimated revenue per employee is $180000
- TerraSond has 86 Employees.
- TerraSond grew their employee count by 43% last year.
- TerraSond currently has 14 job openings.
|Lonesa Puckett||Chief Cartographer|
|Jim Nash||VP Commercial|
|John Wray||Offshore Party Chief|
|Thomas Newman||President and Chief Executive Officer|
|Brian Busey||Vice President Future Operations|
|Mark MacLean||Sr Party Chief|
|Forrest Davis||Director of HSEQ|
What Is TerraSond?
Provider of professional surveying services throughout the world safely, effectively, and economically. Our services include hydrographic surveys, land surveys and marine geophysical surveys. We have an experienced team that includes ACSM Certified Hydrographic Surveyors, Registered Professional Land Surveyors, hydrographers, land surveyors, geophysicists, geologists, oceanographers, mariners, cartographers, and GIS and CADD specialists working with our own vessels and equipment, producing surveys and deliverables of the highest quality. Our clients range from oil and gas, pipeline, power and telecom, renewable energy, mining, survey and engineering, shipping, dredging and construction industries, to federal, state, local and foreign government agencies including port authorities, Departments of Transportation, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE).keywords:Energy,Oil & Gas
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