In the WGI Geospatial Division, we are innovators. While anyone can purchase the latest technology such as UAS and LiDAR systems, we pride ourselves on the unique ways we leverage technology to provide better deliverables for our clients. Here’s what we’re working on…
WGI’s Geospatial Division Adds Top Talent
Our growing Geospatial Division is expanding our capabilities and geographic presence, attracting some of the top professionals in their field of expertise.
These individuals bring unique professional skills, experienced leadership, a passion for people, an ability to effect change, and an exemplary track record of accomplishments to WGI. We are extremely pleased and excited to have them join our growing organization.
Brandan Crawford - Senior Project Manager – Subsurface Utilities Engineering (SUE), Atlanta, GA
Brandan joins WGI with considerable experience leading teams for project delivery; and conducting and managing all engineering plan review phases, ensuring compliance with established industry guidelines, standards, and procedures. He is an expert in production of ASCE 38-02-compliant SUE plans using record information, as-built drawings, layouts, notes, sketches, and survey data. He will oversee our operations for WGI customers serviced from our Atlanta location and support regional projects.
Daniel (Dan) Bielawa, P.L.S. – Senior Project Manager, Tampa, FL
Dan has extensive background in all aspects of the surveying profession, including survey group management, business development, project management, estimating, scheduling, CAD production, field operations, and quality assurance. He is a Professional Land Surveyor licensed within Pennsylvania, soon submitting for consideration and examination for his Florida license as Professional Surveyor and Mapper. Dan will oversee our field survey and office operations for WGI customers serviced from our Tampa location.
Kevin Pomaski - sUAS Program Manager, West Palm Beach, FL
Kevin is a proven leader, working with project-execution teams around the world deploying sUAS for a variety of mission types and products. He is a respected thought leader in the UAS industry with 20 years’ experience in geospatial operations – and as a hobbyist in the R/C world with over 2,880 hours of unmanned commercial flight time. Kevin is especially capable as a mentor/trainer to pilots for flight ops and data processing, while supporting promotion of systems technologies and operational excellence. Kevin will oversee all of our sUAS operations for WGI customers serviced from every location.
Eric Sheehan, GISP – Geographic Information Systems Manager, Dallas, TX
Eric joins WGI with extensive experience in the professional engineering, and surveying and geomatics professions, as well as the oil & gas industry. Eric’s talents include analysis; application programming while utilizing GIS data and software; business development; marketing; and technical proposals. His deep understanding of complex requirements provides our customers with GIS analytical support for a wide variety of technical projects including the transportation, hydrology, and survey disciplines.
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