Dean has over 23 years of local and regional experience in land surveying. Dean’s interest in surveying first came from his first experience performing a boundary for the Virginia Historical Society. Retracing history dating to the pre-Civil War era altered his planned career path from an engineer to a surveyor.
Dean is graduate from the Virginia Apprenticeship for Surveyors and earned his Land Surveyor In Training (LSIT) certification in 2019. Dean has extensive experience and knowledge in boundary surveying and a strong background in construction surveying. He has been fortunate to work on many large projects in the Northern Virginia region including the Dulles Metro Rail extension, I-495 H.O.T. Lanes, Quantico and Fort Belvoir base realignments, the NGS site in Ft. Belvoir, and many large subdivisions. He is responsible for managing LDC’s field crews and enjoys mentoring and training new survey technicians as well. Dean has a passion for his profession and is grateful that he is fortunate enough to say that he truly loves going to work.