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R.A. Smith National Adds Surveying & Engineering Talent to Oakmont Office

by Jessica Pairrett 22. March 2017 08:44

Project surveyor and civil engineer join firm’s eastern regional office

Project surveyor John Woodworth has joined the survey division of R.A. Smith National’s Oakmont office. Additionally, Jason Boley has joined the firm as a civil engineer in the land development services division.

John Woodworth

John Woodworth has more than 15 years of surveying experience, serving as crew chief on a wide range of surveying projects for the oil and gas industries, public lands systems and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. He also has a heavy focus on metes and bounds (or boundary) surveys, topographic surveys and construction staking.

Woodworth holds his Professional Land Surveyors (PLS) license in the state of Pennsylvania. In addition, Woodworth holds dual associate degrees in surveying technologies and civil engineering from Pennsylvania College of Technology.

Jason Boley

Jason Boley has more than four years of civil engineering experience. Most recently, his project engineer experience included all aspects of land development, such as site reconnaissance, site layout, grading design, stormwater management, permitting and more.

Boley holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering technology from Bluefield State College. He also holds an associate’s degree in drafting and design from Southwest Virginia Community College.

Hawley Presents at Transportation Improvement Conference

by Jessica Pairrett 10. March 2017 07:26

2017 WisDOT-ACEC WI Transportation Improvement Conference

2017 WisDOT–ACEC WI Transportation Improvement Conference
Glacier Canyon Lodge at the Wilderness Resort
Wisconsin Dells, WI
February 28–March 1

Pat Hawley, P.E., PTOE, transportation senior project manager of R.A. Smith National, presented at the recent American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Wisconsin’s 2017 Transportation Improvement Conference. Hawley discussed reasonable access, an assessment of legal issues associated with driveway impacts along public roadways. During the presentation, conference attendees were provided with an overview of a property owner’s rights and WisDOT’s legal rights. Additionally, several examples of court rulings related to driveway impacts in Wisconsin were shown. Mike Roach, WisDOT statewide access management coordinator, co-presented.

Read more on this and other topics covered during the transportation conference.

R.A. Smith National was also a proud sponsor of the conference.

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