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com)-- McKim & Creed, an engineering, geomatics and planning firm headquartered in Raleigh, announces that Palmer Randall and Christopher Mielke have earned their Professional Land Surveyor licenses from the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors.
Passage of the Canestrari/LaValle bill is a significant achievement for New York's design industry and is the result of a collaborative effort by members of the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York, the AIA, the New York Society of Professional Engineers, New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors, and other trade and professional organizations, who have been working for years to amend the restrictive policies," said Jay Simson, ACEC New York president.
org), the AIA, the New York Society of Professional Engineers, New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors, and other trade and professional organizations, who have been working for years to amend the restrictive policies," says Jay Simson, ACEC New York president.
Horne is a registered professional land surveyor in Alaska and Washington, with 36 years surveying experience.
A registered professional land surveyor, Sgrignoli is experienced in providing surveying services for private clients as well as public agencies such as PennDOT, Pennsylvania Department of General Services and Virginia Department of Transportation.
Wendy Lathrop PLS, CFM, President of Cadastral Consulting, LLC, is a professional land surveyor, planner, and Certified Floodplain Manager, involved since 1974 in projects ranging from construction to boundary to environmental land use disputes.
Professional Engineer (PE) and Professional Land Surveyor (PLS), as land development regional manager.
Mike Edwards, director of Thurston First Bank, Sue Krienen, general manager of the Shell Puget Sound Refinery in Anacortes and Pat Beehler, senior professional land surveyor with David Evans and Associates, will emphasize that despite a terrible economy, thousands of jobs are not being filled in Washington State because not enough workers have the skills to fill them, a problem that has been accelerated by the recession.