Hancock Associates Announces New Vice President
New VP brings two decades of land surveying experience to the position
Surveying and engineering firm Hancock Associates is welcoming a new vice president, Scott R. Jalbert, PLS. He will continue as senior project manager based in the Chelmsford and Danvers, Mass., offices.
“I am fortunate to work with an outstanding team at Hancock Associates. Whether we are consulting on a short-term project like assisting homeowners on a new addition or on a long-term public infrastructure or commercial development, everyone is focused on exceeding client expectations,” Jalbert says.
Jalbert has a certificate in land surveying from the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, is a licensed professional land surveyor in Massachusetts and is a member of the Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers (MALSCE). He has more than two decades of land surveying experience.
Jalbert is responsible for the coordination of utility, residential, commercial and municipal. He is also responsible for CAD and GPS operations, and oversees the duration of various survey projects. His 20-plus years of land surveying experience include boundary surveys, ALTA/NSPS title insurance surveys, construction layout projects, FEMA elevation certificates, deformation/settlement monitoring surveys and existing conditions plans.
“Over Scott’s 23 years at Hancock Associates, I’ve seen him hone his research and problem-solving skills, and grow into an exceptional team leader,” says Hancock Associates President Wayne C. Jalbert. “It’s my pleasure to have him as part of our management team and continue our mission of providing exceptional service and maintaining long-term client relationships.”
About Hancock Associates
Hancock Associates is made up of surveyors, engineers and scientists specializing in land/shore development, construction and preservation. Since 1978, Hancock Associates has provided land surveying, civil engineering and wetland science services throughout Massachusetts. The firm now covers southern New Hampshire, Connecticut and Rhode Island as well.