Business Briefs: Bowyer-Singleton Associates

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

MarchApril 2008
Industry News

Business Briefs: Bowyer-Singleton Associates

Bowyer-Singleton Associates, an Orlando, Fla.-based civil engineering firm, announced recently that one of its landscape architects has earned LEED certification. Laurie Elder, RLA, a 10-year veteran in her field, earned her certification earlier this year.
Additionally, the full-service firm has opened a new office in the Tampa Bay region, known as the Sun Coast branch. The firm says the new location offers a full range of services, including surveying and mapping, land development planning, and environmental and civil engineering services. MD

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