I'll link an image to this question so it'll hopefully make a bit more sense. For some background, I'm sort of a "Jack-of-all-trades" tech guy for my family company. Problems often get tossed onto my desk that I actually have no experience with, and the manager expects me to figure it out one way or another. So, here we are.
We recently won a job for a construction project, but there's one issue: There aren't any specific property pins out there where we can get a baseline to actually know where to start construction. As such, the engineer for the drawings gave me a map of the property pins with GPS coordinates so that we'd have a good survey on where to start. The only problem is this:
So, based on the image, I'm seeing a lot of coordinates that I can't really just look up. I'm seeing N - 749179.87, E-1319180.70 and a bunch of actual GPS coordinates that land me in the Greenland sea when I look them up. I'm sure this really isn't a difficult problem for anyone basically versed in reading drawings, but I am not one of those people. My question is two parted:
What is this system? Is it traditional GPS that I'm just using wrong, or is it some sort of Engineering GPS system stuff that I don't know about?
how do I read and/or convert these so that I can use them in an everyday application, such as Google Earth?