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July 20, 2016
McKim & Creed Growing in Charlotte

Charlotte—The national engineering, surveying and planning firm of McKim & Creed, Inc. has added six engineering and geomatics professionals to its Charlotte office. This brings the company’s local staff size to more than 50, offering a wide array of engineering, surveying and land planning services.

The new employees include Adam Mills and Alfred Arce, mechanical designers; Clayton Blackwell and Jennie Casanova, engineering interns; and Casey McClain and Michel Muanzamina, geomatics crew members.

Mills is a graduate of UNC Charlotte and, with McKim & Creed, focuses on mechanical building systems design. Arce specializes in mechanical design for the natural gas and energy industries.

Blackwell and Casanova provide civil/site design for land development projects in the Charlotte area. Blackwell is a 2016 graduate of North Carolina State University with a degree in biological engineering. Casanova has both undergraduate and graduate degrees in civil engineering from UNC Charlotte.

McClain and Muanzamina provide topographic, boundary and utility transmission surveys.

McKim & Creed established its Charlotte office in 1994. Notable local projects include the $35-million McAlpine Creek Relief Sewer; South Village Crossing Dining Hall at UNC Charlotte, a sustainable, energy-efficient facility that focuses on healthy dining choices; and the Willow Oaks Shopping Center in Concord, featuring a 49,000,000-SF Publix Super Market.

About McKim & Creed: McKim & Creed is an employee-owned engineering, surveying and planning firm with nearly 400 staff members in offices throughout the U.S., including North Carolina, Florida, Virginia, Georgia, Texas, and Pennsylvania. McKim & Creed specializes in civil, environmental, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and structural engineering; industrial design-build services; airborne and mobile LiDAR/scanning; unmanned aerial systems; subsurface utility engineering; and hydrographic and conventional surveying services for the energy, transportation, federal, land development, water and building markets. For more information about McKim & Creed, visit www.mckimcreed.com.

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