John R. Morgan Ii, PLS
John Morgan has nearly 40 years of experience in land and hydrographic surveying. His areas of expertise include hydrographic (single beam & multi-beam surveys), topographic, boundary and control surveys in oceans, rivers, bays, lakes, and navigation channels together with levee and overbank surveys. John supervises all M&E survey tasks associated with large-scale topographic and hydrographic survey projects for beach nourishment, Everglades restoration projects, and channel and harbor improvement projects. He is also responsible for the day-to-day management of the company, including project scheduling, client contact, quality control and supervision of personnel. He is a member of FSBPA, ASBPA, The Hydrographic Society of America and National Society of Professional Surveyors.
CHRIS A. GAMMON, PSM
Chris Gammon is responsible for all aspects of planning, implementation, and completion of boundary, topographic, geodetic, as-built and photo control surveys, utilizing both conventional and GPS technologies. He is proficient with AutoCAD Land Desktop Companion, AutoCAD Civil 3D, MicroStation/ln-Roads, digital terrain modeling, existing ground and design template building, volume calculations including surface-tosurface and average end area methods, static and real-time kinematic survey procedures, data processing and feature code utilization together with AEC Compliance Standards.
DAVID W. COGGIN, PSM
David Coggin has over 35 years of land and hydrographic survey experience and is responsible for M&E’s hydrographic survey operations. He also has over 20 years of experience using Hypack software for data collection and processing.
PAUL C. VOUTE, PSM
Mr. Voute’s extensive desktop and field experience with land, coastal and hydrographic surveys makes him a valuable member of the project team. Mr. Voute is proficient with digital levels, total stations, data collectors, RTK/GPS and GPS procedures. Paul has been the Party Chief for land and coastal projects including boundary and topographic surveys, establishing horizontal and vertical control, route surveys, mean high water line surveys, coastal monitoring and hydrographic surveys.
MATT A. BARKER
Matt Barker has more than 25 years of surveying experience with extensive experience as a Party Chief on USACE projects. He is experienced with all phases of surveying, including boundary, topographic, beach nourishment, structural deformation and geodetic surveys, and proficient in using digital levels, electronic total stations, RTK/GPS, data collectors and invar rods. With over 120 miles ± of 1st Order, Class II geodetic leveling experience, Matt was instrumental in the successful completion of the USA CE CERP leveling project.