About

Key Personnel

COMPANY: Key Personnel

 

Richard R. Kitz, P.E./P.L.S., Principal
Dick began his career working in the forests and mountainous terrain of the Olympic Peninsula, and developed an enthusiasm for land surveying in the process. After graduating from the
University of Washington in 1975 in Civil Engineering, he pursued not only a career in engineering, but land surveying as well. In his current position as Vice President of Eastside Consultants, Dick oversees complex land surveying projects, such as for the U.S. Forest Service and Plum Creek Timber Company, as well as a variety of engineering projects.

Steven W. Kitz, P.E./P.L.S., Principal
After graduating with a degree in Civil Engineering from the
University of Washington in 1986, Steve began his career with Eastside Consultants. He has subsequently been responsible for integrating the technological advances in engineering and surveying methods with the real time demands of the firm’s projects. Steve also manages complex engineering and surveying projects, such as large subdivision design, from its inception to construction.

Robert J. Bogdon, P.L.S., CFedS, Principal
Rob has a broad background of surveying experience, with a strong emphasis on boundary surveys in both
Washington and Oregon. He is one of the few surveyors in private industry to have completed the Bureau of Land Management’s Advanced Cadastral Course and was actively involved in the Washington Centennial Corner Monumentation Project. At Eastside Consultants, Rob is Chief of Parties, scheduling field crews and reviewing completed field work. A large portion of his current responsibilities also includes research of legal descriptions and historical data relative to a parcel.

Ronald S. Frederiksen, P.E.
Ron graduated from the University of Idaho in 1997 with a degree in Civil Engineering.  His experience over the past 6 years is in both engineering and surveying.  He has participated in both residential and commercial developments in various jurisdictions, including plat layouts, roadway designs, water and sewer designs, temporary erosion control plans, grading and storm drainage designs, drainage and conveyance design, detention calculations, and preparation of Level 1 and Technical Information Reports under both the 1990 and 1998 King County Surface Water Design Manuals guidelines and the Department of Ecology’s Stormwater Manual. 

Dale T. Draper, L.S.I.T
Dale began his surveying career in 1977 and is proficient in all facets of land surveying. As a Party Chief at Eastside Consultants, his experience ranges from cadastral surveying in heavily forested areas of Western Washington to high density subdivisions throughout the state. He is proficient with the latest in
GPS equipment, as well as more conventional methods.

 

 

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