Experienced land surveyor and civil engineering designer with over 25 years in the industry. Has worked for a civil engineering and surveying consulting firm, as a CAD/GIS Manager for nearly 20 years. While there he worked on a variety of projects and served in many different roles. He has designed, managed, and inspected residential subdivision projects, including site grading, street design, sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and water systems and large-scale agricultural facility projects both in the US and abroad. Other projects include large scale boundary surveying projects as well as hydrographic and topographic surveys. His role has ranged from the technical side of surveying and design on projects to the management of both surveying and engineering projects as well as managing personnel.
Egan, Field & Nowak, Inc.
Location for Member Map
13057 W Center Rd
Licenses Certifications or Awards
PLS in South Dakota
Past President of SDSPLS
I have experience with the following
cadastral, topographic, boundary surveys, construction staking, topographic surveys, control network surveys, GIS, teaching, Survey Office, Construction
How many years have you been surveying?
Most comfortable with the following types of instrumentation
Total Stations, Surveying Software, Automatic Levels, Old school surveying, theodolite, Chain
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