Press Release: Draper Aden Associates Hires Barry Brown as Survey Team Leader

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Draper Aden Associates Hires Barry Brown as Survey Team Leader



RICHMOND, VA – July 8, 2021 – Draper Aden Associates, a Mid-Atlantic engineering, surveying, and environmental services firm, announced today that Barry Brown, LS joined the firm as a Survey Team Leader. Based in the Virginia Beach office, he will manage the region’s survey projects.


Brown has over 28 years of experience in land surveying and Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE), and with his breadth of expertise, he is poised to make an immediate impact on Draper Aden’s survey team.


Barry Brown team leaderBrown earned his B.S. in biology from Millersville University and went on to earn his Professional Land Surveyor License in both Virginia and North Carolina.


“We are excited to have Barry on board,” said Kevin Shreiner, LS Survey Division Manager of Draper Aden. “His experience will strengthen our survey presence in the Hampton Roads region.”


Brown’s experience includes a cross section of survey projects such as topographic, boundary, storm and sewer, GIS, wetlands, road improvement, unmanned aerial systems (UAS) surveys, and SUE. He has worked with an array of clientele including federal, state, municipal, universities, contractors, and private developers.


Draper Aden currently provides surveying services to clients through its eight offices in Virginia and North Carolina. For nearly 50 years, Draper Aden has created enduring partnerships with public and private clients to leave a lasting, positive impact in communities throughout the Mid-Atlantic.


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About Draper Aden Associates


Draper Aden Associates is a Mid-Atlantic engineering, surveying, and environmental services firm. The firm provides innovative services and technologies and exceptional client care for sectors that include energy, industry, private, public, educational, and institutional. Whether it involves the creation of a water distribution system for an under-served community, restoration and reclamation of an environmentally degraded site, designing safe and reliable power distribution systems, adaptive reuse of rundown buildings, or helping to enhance the campuses of institutions where the next generations will learn, what we do today can be looked back upon with pride tomorrow. For more information, visit