Welcome to 2Point, Inc. Backed by more than 20 years in the industry, we deliver surveys, reports, and detailed research you can trust prepared by a boundary consultant who understands your individual needs and challenges. We also recognize that nothing is more important than providing results that are correct, complete and indisputable.
We can help address the full spectrum of challenges including difficult boundary retracements, boundary disputes, or complex survey situations where attention to detail, proven expertise and professional consultation services can provide the information you need to resolve your boundary problem.
2Point is a major provider of advanced continuing education programs for surveyors and other professionals, presented by a nationally-recognized industry leader on subjects ranging from boundary retracement to adverse possession, easements, and riparian boundary issues.
At 2Point we sweat the details so you don't have to. Feel free to call us at 828-778-1748 or e-mail Kris Kline at firstname.lastname@example.org
View currently available course outlines and fee schedule - click "Available Classes."
Kris' new books are now available! "Rooted in Stone" is a comprehensive text that includes over 600 rulings and provides a detailed analysis of Adverse Possession and Prescriptive Easements with a separate chapter for each of 20 eastern states.
"Riparian Boundaries" considers significant legal concepts associated with water boundaries and river use. This book provides valuable perspective on Rights of Navigation, Underlying Fee Ownership, and other Riparian Rights.
To Buy on-line - Go to our "Purchase a Book" Page or go directly to the Square Store
Rooted in Stone
See sample pages from Rooted in Stone and Riparian Boundaries.
Discussion of "Rooted in Stone" is on Curt Sumner's Radio Hour.
Read articles by Kris Kline in Point of Beginning magazine. Articles published from January 2013 to present may be accessed through the "Point of Beginning" website.
Our site includes information to help you select a Professional Land Surveyor, and to help you understand your map (or survey report) when you receive it. We also include a page on our current course offerings Available Continuing Education Courses, as well as several useful links to the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors, the North Carolina Geodetic Survey, The Virtual Museum of Surveying,and F.E.M.A. Search for North Carolina Court Opinions at the N.C State Supreme Court website
Certificates and Licenses