Orlando, Fla. – Christopher J. Stalder, a Subsurface Utility Coordinator with DRMP, was recognized by the Sunshine State One Call of Florida for his “demonstrated excellence in locating underground facilities and in appreciation of his efforts in damage prevention.”

Along with this recognition, he will be sponsored to participate in the upcoming International Locate Rodeo in Atlanta, GA in early August 2007.

Stalder has four years experience locating and coordinating work for subsurface utilities. His range of experiences includes: use of specialized utility locating equipment and training, utility records research, utilities data interpretation, coordination and implementation of subsurface utility projects, real estate legal documents review, field sketching and subsurface utility designating.

DRMP, a multi-discipline firm serving clients in the public, private and industrial sectors in the development of infrastructure, has been in business since 1977. DRMP currently employs over 500 professionals in 16 office locations spread strategically across our service area. Today, DRMP is ranked among Engineering News-Record’s “Top 500 Design Firms” in the United States and #25 in The Zwieg Letter’s “Hot Firm 2006 List: The 100 Fastest-Growing United States A/E/P and Environmental Consulting Firms.”www.drmp.com