Chantilly, VA - Bowman Consulting Group, Ltd. is pleased to announce that Craig Brown, L.S. has joined Bowman Consulting in its Fredericksburg office. Mr. Brown has over 35 years of practical surveying experience, and is a licensed land surveyor in Virginia and North Carolina. 

Mr. Brown is a Senior Project Manager, and has worked on many projects in the Richmond area, including the Richmond Floodwall and projects at the University of Richmond and Virginia Commonwealth University. He says the most unusual projects he’s worked on were the staking for the Bosher’s Dam Fish Ladder for the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, and several surveying projects at nuclear power plants. He has done everything from house stakings to site design and construction surveying, route surveys, utility layout and as-built surveys, ALTA surveys, and boundary and topographic surveys for many educational institutions and for commercial and residential subdivisions.

Mr. Brown grew up in Chesterfield County and began his survey career while in high school as a drafter and working part-time on a field crew. He says he decided on a survey career because he has a natural aptitude for math and a great love of the outdoors, including the mosquitoes, poison ivy, and “sweating and shivering” that go along with it.

About Bowman Consulting
Bowman Consulting provides civil engineering, planning, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental, geothermal, and construction managment services to a variety of public and private markets throughout the Eastern U.S.  It also offers particular expertise in zoning, and in land development/building regulations at the local, state and federal levels.  The work of the firm includes residential, commercial, retail, health care, educational, recreational, municipal, and federal projects.  Headquartered just west of Washington, D.C. in Chantilly, Virginia, Bowman Consulting has eleven regional offices and over 200 employees. 

Established in 1995, Bowman Consulting has attracted local and national recognition, recently winning the Fairfax County Exceptional Design Award for the Fairfax Village Neighborhood Center at Fort Belvoir, a ‘Project of the Year’ award from Mid-Atlantic Construction for Cougar Upper Elementary School in Manassas Park, a 2009 Fairfax County Tree Conservation Award, and the 2008 Helios Apollo Award for a Mid-Sized Company.  Recognition has also come from ENR Magazine (Top 500 Design Firms), The Zweig Letter (The 100 Fastest-Growing U.S. A/E/P & Environmental Consulting Firms), Washington Business Journal (Fastest-Growing Companies in the Washington Region), and Inc. Magazine (Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the U.S.). 

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