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Clary & Associates Professional Surveyors and Mappers Expands Team With Two New Survey Technicians

February 14, 2005
Clary & Associates has expanded its team with the additions of Danny Wheeler and Quinton Thyfault.

In response to continuing company growth, Clary & Associates Professional Surveyors and Mappers has expanded its team with the addition of new survey technicians Danny Wheeler and Quinton Thyfault.

Headed by Vice President Bob Pittman, Wheeler and Thyfault serve as survey technicians for Clary & Associates' Private Sector Division. Working individually and as a team, they strive to ensure the accuracy and reliability of survey and mapping measurements that are used in final analysis and determinations of client projects.

Wheeler comes to Clary & Associates with six years of survey experience, as well as previous experience as a postal contractor, surveying engineer and engineering technician for the City of Jacksonville. His current representative projects include: Boundary, topographical and as-built surveys, wetland mapping and legal descriptions. Homebuilders and land developers primarily utilize these services. Wheeler¹s educational achievements include Associate of Science degrees in Architectural Design and Civil Engineering, and an Associate of Arts degree, from Florida Community College at Jacksonville. Currently enrolled at University of North Florida, Wheeler is working toward a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.

Thyfault has a five-year industry background. His hands-on experience includes skills as a survey technician, and as a draftsman and instruments technician. His current representative projects include: Boundary, topographical and as-built surveys, wetland mapping and legal descriptions. Thyfault¹s educational studies at ITT Technical College prepared him for specialization in architectural, civil and structural drafting.

Source: Clary & Assoc., Feb. 11, 2005