Our Team

At Alamotero Land Surveys we have a crew of professionals with a collaborative mix of local and regional knowledge. Our highly accredited staff strives to combine innovation with integrity. It is important that we keep our technology and customer service a step above the rest. 

Baxter Pattillo

Baxter is a graduate of Alamogordo High School and went on to Texas Tech University to obtain his bachelors. Upon returning to his hometown, Baxter took up part of the family business in real estate acquisition and operations management. With a keen eye for efficiencies and helping business expand through diversification he brings an innovation to the table that unites audacity with precision. When not at work, Baxter enjoys everything outdoors from hunting and camping to dirt bikes and snowmobiling.

Larry Sterling

Larry grew up in the farmlands of Oklahoma, where he learned the ins and outs of cars from his father. After being drafted to the Army, he shortly fell in love with surveying after his time in the service was over. Shortly thereafter, he graduated from the Albuquerque’s Technical Vocational Institute and has continued his career of professional surveying through to present day. Larry has the experience of use that ranges from solar transits to UAV photogrammetry. He is the primary surveyor of record for the office and continues the cherished tradition of accurate, timely surveys from Alamotero’s office. His love of New Mexico has brought him to survey in several counties and has experience throughout the state.

Tom Igo

Tom came to us from Ruidoso and has been a wonderful addition to our team. Tom grew up on an avocado ranch in San Diego, CA. In 2011, he moved to Ruidoso where he gained experience in construction. After 20 years in the trade, he made the transition to surveying. He since has 9 years in the business with experience in northern, central, and eastern New Mexico.

Spencer Sterling

Alamotero had the good fortune of Larry’s son, Spencer Sterling, joining the team with his array of skill sets. Having surveyed with his father since he was young, Spencer can take a survey job from start to finish with the experience of a seasoned PS. Spencer will be tasked with the management of the field crew along with revision of final product in the draft room. He has equipped himself with a UAV FAA Part 107 license. Spencer’s interests are numerous, including cars, computers, geodetics, and cinema. He is currently enrolled in NMSU’s geomatics engineering program with the intention of becoming a professional surveyor.