Tom Hardman Joins CEC Boston as Survey/Geospatial Lead

February 11, 2021

Thomas Hardman

Thomas W. Hardman, PLS
Principal, Survey Geospatial

Tom brings more than 35 years of land surveying, mapping, and project permitting expertise to CEC’s Boston-area operations, where he will serve as the regional leader of the survey/geospatial practice. He is a registered professional land surveyor in Massachusetts with expertise that covers all phases of land surveying, including ALTA, cadastral, topographic, photogrammetric, construction layout, and as-built surveys.

Tom has worked during the design and layout phase on a broad range of projects, including commercial office parks, mixed-use developments, residential subdivisions, golf course facilities, multi-unit residential developments, single-family homes, and highways. He has considerable construction experience particularly with large urban development projects in the greater Boston area. He also has worked on the permitting of projects with numerous regulatory agencies including the Wetlands Protection Act, the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA), the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, DEP Division of Waterways (Chapter 91), and numerous local agencies including planning boards, conservation commissions, boards of appeals, and other special permit granting authorities. In addition, Tom has provided expert testimony and served as a mediator for property line disputes and land use cases.

Tom is a member of the Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers and the National Society of Professional Surveyors. He is also a registered soil evaluator for Mass DEP and a licensed Title 5 system inspector in Massachusetts.

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Headquartered in Pittsburgh, Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) provides comprehensive market-oriented consulting services to advance client strategic business objectives. CEC is recognized for delivering innovative design solutions and integrated expertise in air quality, civil engineering, ecological sciences, environmental engineering and sciences, manufacturing infrastructure services, survey/geospatial, waste management, and water resources.

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