Our Team

Gene Geer – Registered Professional Engineer/Registered Professional Land Surveyor/Licensed State Land Surveyor-Firm Registration # 100821-00.

Gene M. Geer is a graduate of Texas A&M University, Class of 1942.  He has been a practicing civil engineer and land surveyor since then, having worked during World War II in aviation design, then subsequently in various engineering projects such as overpasses, bridges, roads, shopping centers, schools and many others.  His biggest engineering project was being in charge of construction of the grain elevators and barge teminals at the Port of New Orleans which remained in operation until the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.


His most challenging survey was a 4600 acre plantation whose eastern boundary was the Mississippi River and which was virtually a jungle at the time. Gene is also registered as a professional land surveyor in the state of Louisiana. The survey with the longest natural boundary was the B.B. Owens Trust Land Survey that had 2 miles along the East Fork of the Trinity River.  That tract of land was 4700 acres.  But Gene also surveys small tracts, the smallest being  one in Princeton - 6 feet wide and 120 feet long - so that someone could increase the size of their lot.


Don't be shy to ask for these services.  We understand them all.


Gene is a Collin County native whose family were pioneers to this region.  He knows every square inch of Collin and Grayson Counties and is very familiar with Dallas, Terrant, Hunt and  Fannin Counties.  Licensed in Texas & Louisiana.


He founded Geer Surveying and Engineering in 1968.

Bruce Geer - Registered Professional Land Surveyor


Bruce is really not a part of Geer Surveying & Engineering. He has his own business called "Bruce Geer, Surveyor" Firm Registration #101507-00. He is located in the same office as Geer Surveying & Engineering.  He has had his own business since 1982.  I do work with Gene(my Dad) on some projects.  I do all aspects of land surveying(Topographic, boundary, construction staking, as-built surveing, subdivisons, etc.) I am also TxDOT precertified.  I have also done a lot of engineering plans and have had Gene look them over sign them.  A few jobs I have done is a 1792 acre tract on the Trinity River in Kaufman County, a 3405 acre tract in Denton County, 1200 acre subdivision in Copevile, Texas, and a 1000+ acre tract north of McKinney, Texas.  Topographic jobs include many miles of roadway in Rowlett, Lewisville, Pilot Point, Caddo Mills, Greenville, Fairview, Collin County, Richardson, and Plano.  I have staked approximately 100 bridges for a TxDOT Contractor.  I have done topographic surveys on several tracts of land for development.  I use a Trimble GPS and a conventional total station.  You can email me at brucegeer@sbcglobal.net or call me on my cell number at 972-742-5922.  You can also call the main number at the office and ask for me at 972-562-3959.




Sherry Geer Williams – Land Development Consultant


Gene's Daughter. will help you through the complicated and stressful application process for Zoning Changes, Site Planning, Subdivisions, Alley Abandonments and Specific Use Permit to name a few.  Provide you with a detailed proposal for any of your needs.  Competent liaison with City planners, arborists, historic preservation and engineers.  Project Process Assistance, Parking lot design, Variance Assistance.   Does your budget and the city's requirements clash?  Why not ask for a Variance?  In some cases chain link fences can be substituted for the required tubular steel and masonry column ordinance mandated fence.  What other mandates can be changed with a variance or just meeting with the city's representatives?  To find out the process, call your city's planning department and find out.  Sometimes they won't offer the information unless you ask the right question.   In any case, to save money, it's worth it to just ask.  They can only say no or ok, you can do this....Tell the representative what's on your mind about what you are trying to accomplish with your business or residential site.