Bowman Consulting Promotes Sampsell, Waugh, Blair to Principal

Chantilly, VA — Bowman Consulting Group, Ltd., the fastest-growing engineering firm in the mid-Atlantic region, is pleased to announce the promotions of Walt Sampsell, Roy Waugh and Jeff Blair to principal. 
“These individuals have been instrumental in our growth over the past few years," said Gary Bowman, president of Bowman Consulting. "The talent that they have demonstrated during their tenures will make them successful principals.”

Sampsell, an eight-year Bowman veteran who has over 25 years of experience in land surveying, oversees Bowman’s regional land surveying operations.  He is a licensed land surveyor.

Waugh, who has been with Bowman for over six years and has nearly 20 years of industry experience, oversees regional engineering practices.  He is a certified professional engineer.

Blair, who came over to Bowman over two years ago, has over 15 years of experience in consulting, surveying and engineering services. He is a certified professional engineer.

Sampsell, Waugh and Blair will be actively involved in the strategic operations of Bowman’s Eastern business unit, which is comprised of the Fairfax, Alexandria, Manassas and Fredericksburg offices.

About Bowman Consulting:
Bowman Consulting is the fastest-growing engineering firm in the mid-Atlantic region. Headquartered just west of Washington, D.C. in Chantilly, Va., Bowman Consulting has eight regional offices and 300 employees.

Established in 1995, Bowman Consulting has attracted local and national recognition from ENR Magazine (Top 500 Design Firms), The Zweig Letter (The 100 Fastest-Growing U.S. A/E/P & Environmental Consulting Firms), Washington Business Journal (Fastest-Growing Companies in the Washington Region), Inc. Magazine (Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the U.S.). In addition, Bowman Consulting has been recognized by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce as one of the 50 fastest-growing companies in Virginia for the past four years.
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