About Us

Ronald T. Jepson and Associates (Jepson) has been providing land surveying and civil engineering services throughout Western Washington since 1968. Meeting surveying and engineering challenges in a practical and efficient manner has been the mission since the inception of the firm. We are a full service consulting firm with a team of highly trained, experienced professional land surveyors and civil engineers.

Our projects have included a wide variety of surveys such as: topographic, boundary, horizontal, vertical, hydrographic, and construction surveys. Using state-of-the-art total stations, GPS receivers, data collectors and network systems, we are able to provide seamless data transmission from collection to the finished product. The net result for the client is speed, accuracy and economy. In addition to the array of surveying services we can provide, our civil engineering staff is efficient at handling client needs from preliminary project planning through construction management. We have provided a wide variety of plans and designs such as comprehensive plan development, binding site plans, major commercial developments, road and stormwater design, water and sanitary sewer design, residential plats, and U.L.I.D.s for municipalities and clients throughout Western Washington

The combined surveying and engineering experience of Jepson’s personnel is a unique and valuable resource. This background provides us with comprehensive and historic knowledge of surveying and engineering challenges with solutions specific to the region and our clients. Jepson understands that our most valuable resource is our company team.

The principals and managers of the firm maintain primary responsibility and are technically involved in each step of project development, helping to assure practical, cost-effective solutions are developed for the benefit of our clients. We understand the importance of frequent communication with our clients and other design consultants, enabling us to accommodate changes in the design concepts and to identify possible constraints or alternatives to keep design efforts moving in a forward direction.