Charles M. Fralinger, President of Fralinger Engineering, is pleased to announce that three(3) members of the Fralinger Engineering staff have been recognized by the New Jersey Society of Professional Land Surveys through the Cornelius (Neil) Carmody Memorial map contest. The Carmody Memorial map contest is held each year where maps are submitted by Land Surveying and Engineering firms in various mapping categories for projects completed throughout the State of New Jersey. The maps are judged on certain criteria by a panel of Professional Land Surveyors.
The map winners from Fralinger Engineering are Scott Lang , 1st place in Large Lot Survey (Over 3 Acres), Todd Adams, 1st place in ALTA/NSPS Survey and Matt Baldino, 3rd place in Miscellaneous Maps and 3rd place in Boundary and Topographic Survey (Over 5 Acres) .
Todd is an AutoCADD Draftsman and has been with the firm for over 25 years and resides in the City of Bridgeton and Matt is a Licensed Civil Engineer and has been with the firm for over 13 years and resides in East Greenwich Township.
The awards were presented in February, 2017 at the Annual New Jersey Professional Land Surveyors Conference held in Atlantic City. Fralinger said “he is proud of his employee’s accomplishments considering that maps were submitted by firms from across the State of New Jersey. It is especially gratifying to be judged and recognized by your peers to reflect the quality of your work”.
Fralinger Engineering’s office is located at 629 Shiloh Pike in Hopewell Township, Cumberland County. Fralinger Engineering is a full service Civil Engineering, Land Surveying and Environmental Firm, which has been serving the South Jersey area since 1966.