Defining boundaries since 2014.
LAKE STATE LAND SURVEYING
Employees at Lake State Land Surveying
Co-owner, Andy Buck is a licensed professional surveyor in both Michigan (PS 58062) and Wisconsin (S-2921). He
graduated with a B.S. in Land Surveying from Michigan Technological University in 2005 and also is an alumni of
Ishpeming High School. Andy gained his land surveying experience working for the BLM in Alaska, Michigan
Department of Transportation and two private engineering firms before opening his own company.
Co-owner, Brad Andresen started his surveying career in 1998 working for a private engineering/surveying firm and
spent many years working all over Michigan and Wisconsin. He has extensive experience in retracement boundary
surveys, lot surveys, engineering design surveys and construction layout.
Krystle Sikora is a licensed professional surveyor in Wisconsin (S-3120). She graduated with a B.S. in Surveying
Engineering from Michigan Technological University in 2009 and also is an alumni of Forest Park High School in
Crystal Falls, MI. Krystle has worked for the Michigan Department of Transportation and three private
surveying/engineering firms prior to joining the team at Lake State Land Surveying in 2021.
Sr. Project Coordinator, Anthony D. (Tony) Edlebeck is a 1977 graduate of Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
with a degree in civil engineering technology.
Following graduation, Tony worked 3 years for a land surveyor in Wisconsin prior to moving to the Iron Mountain
Kingsford area. He spent 3 years with two local consulting engineering companies as a surveyor and engineering
technician involved with land surveying, construction surveying and assisting engineers with a variety of road, streets,
and utility design projects. He also spent 4 years as a construction surveyor for the general contractor responsible for
the construction of the Champion International pulp mill in Quinnesec, Michigan. Tony, then spent 34 years working
for the City of Kingsford, Michigan; 25 years as the public works director/assistant administrator, followed by 9 years
as city manager. In addition to the day to day operations and maintenance of the city, he was involved in a number of
land developments, streets, buildings, and utility projects. He retired from the City of Kingsford in January 2021.
Tony is currently serving as the vice chair of the Dickinson Area Economic Development Alliance, sits on the Dickinson
County Brownfield Authority and is a member of the Dickinson County Solid Waste Planning Committee.