Longtime surveyor, manager Dave Brubaker retires
After more than 30 years in land surveying, management and related fields, WithersRavenel Geomatics Business Development Manager Dave Brubaker, PLS, is retiring.
Dave became licensed as a Professional Land Surveyor in North Carolina in 1982. In addition to field work, he managed large survey operations throughout the Carolinas while also providing project management support and quality assurance for public and private clients.
A husband, father and grandfather, Dave decided to spend more time with his family. Additionally, Dave looks forward to more days on the water. He also enjoys working with the nonprofit Operation Resolute, a North Carolina organization dedicated to sustaining and strengthening military families.
Dave’s skillset and pleasant personality will surely be missed,Director of Business Development Ty Colwell said. I have really enjoyed working with him and learning from what he has experienced in his career.”
WithersRavenel congratulates Dave on his successful career and retirement!
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