Newburyport, MA – February 8, 2011 – Digital Geographic Technologies, Inc., (DGT), of Boston, Mass., announces the opening of its North Shore office and the addition of Edward Dixon, PLS to the DGT Survey Group team.
Ed Dixon (right), formerly Principal Land Surveyor at Oak Engineers, LLC and, prior to that, Owner of Clipper City Survey, Engineering & Mapping, Inc., has provided high quality professional services to the North Shore and throughout Eastern Massachusetts area for over twenty years. Ed will provide leadership as Regional Office Manager for the DGT Survey Group North Shore office.
DGT also announces the addition of Taylor Turbide to its North Shore operation. Taylor had spent the greater part of his career in Newburyport with Port Engineering and will bring to DGT his vast experience in knowledge of development projects in Newburyport and surrounding communities.
With the addition of the North Shore office to its existing locations in Providence and Boston, DGT is in a position to provide cost-effective Land Survey services from Newburyport to Newport and points in between.
"As successor firm to the Oak Engineering Survey Division, DGT and Ed Dixon will continue to provide Oak clients with the high standard of service and reliability that they have come to expect, enhanced by the additional resources of the DGT Survey Group. These resources include in-house advanced survey technologies such as 3-D Laser Scanning, RTK GPS, and Subsurface Utility Engineering (SUE).” says DGT Principal-in-Charge Michael A. Clifford, PLS.
DGT and its divisions provide professional services in Massachusetts and Rhode Island to assist clients in development, planning, design, construction, investment, and financing of commercial and private real estate and public works projects. In cooperation with architects, building contractors, and attorneys, our services include permit assistance, hydrographic surveys, harbor line issues, tidewater license (Chapter 91) mapping, ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys, monitoring of structures, Building Information Modeling, and construction support for buildings and infrastructure.
For more information about this topic, please contact Ed Dixon at DGT Survey Group, 18 Center Street, Newburyport, MA 01950, by calling directly at 978-465-9992, or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.