Important TURN GPS Coordinate Update

The Utah Reference Network Global Positioning System (TURN GPS) provides real-time high precision centimeter positioning. Some reference station within the network move slightly over time due to earth crustal displacement and the positions must be updated periodically to maintain accuracy.
The coordinates of 7 GPS stations will be updated on April 1, 2020 because they have exceeded the 2.5 cm variance limit. The new positions were determined using 24 hour files from January 1, 2020 and processed using OPUS Projects holding 21 published CORS station constrained.
The coordinates will be updated after hours on Tuesday, March 31st and the system will be operating with the new coordinates starting first thing on Wednesday morning, April 1st. If you have a project tied to any of these stations please recollect positions on all project control and re-calibrate using your existing project coordinates.
1 - CNC1 - Mesa County Colorado
2 - COCO - Cortez Colorado
3 - P016 - UNAVCO - Vernon
4 - UTBE - Beryl Junction
5 - UTLN - Logan
6 - UTP2 - Price
7 - UTRC - Randolf
To view these stations on a map and get additional information you can view the following twitter posts:

https://twitter.com/UTSurveyor/status/1234914446486585344
https://twitter.com/UTSurveyor/status/1234915989055107072
https://twitter.com/UTSurveyor/status/1234916459698016256

Sean Fernandez, the Utah State Cadastral Land Surveyor, will continue to provide updates and information through twitter, so please follow the above account and share this information with others who may be interested.
Have Questions? Please reach out to Sean Fernandez at sfernandez@utah.gov.