Scott Edsall


It is with mixed emotions that Williams and Edsall Land Surveyors, P.C. has the privilege to announce the retirement of one of its founding partners, Scott Edsall.

Scott began his 42-year career in land surveying with Teledyne Exploration in Houston, TX after graduating from Paul Smith's College in 1979 . After several years traveling the south, he moved back to Candor, NY in 1984 to join his mentor Dick Robinson in Watkins Glen while he worked toward his professional license.

In 1989, Scott and George Williams formed Williams and Edsall Land Surveyors out of George's home in Candor, NY. They moved the business to the Turner House in Owego, NY in 2000 where they have become a community staple for professional services, known to all for their reputation for quality service, detailed and accurate work, and commitment to integrity to their clients and colleagues alike. Scott has also served on the board of New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors (NYSAPLS) for many years.

While Scott is retiring, Williams and Edsall Land Surveyors, P.C. will continue to provide exceptional service in the capable hands of Edward Ripic Jr., L.S., who worked with Scott and George in the 1990s, and rejoined the firm as a partner in 2016.