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February 4, 2016
New Manager to Oversee Geomatics Growth in Texas

Paul Jones, Sr., RPLS, has joined McKim & Creed, Inc. as regional manager of our geomatics operations in Texas.

Paul brings nearly 40 years’ experience as a registered professional land surveyor in the state of Texas. His specialties include surveying for the energy market, project management and client relations. He has managed large multi-state projects, and has worked closely with oil and gas producers, pipeline companies, industrial chemical refineries, land developers, engineering consultants, construction firms, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and other municipal agencies. Most recently, he served as a senior project manager with Landpoint, LLC.

With McKim & Creed, Paul will focus on expanding geomatics services and growing the company in Texas. “Paul started his surveying career in the field and has a hands-on, client-focused attitude. This makes him a perfect fit with McKim & Creed’s culture of responsiveness and dependability, and our goal of consistently delivering results and exceeding our clients’ expectations,” said Tim Cawood, PLS, senior vice president with McKim & Creed.

McKim & Creed’s Texas offices are located in Austin, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio

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