PDC Engineers Announces New Juneau Employees
PDC is excited to announce the addition of two new employees to its Juneau office, Jennifer Kemp and Evan Venechuk.
Kemp joins PDC as a CADD Engineering Technician. She is a 2002 graduate of Centralia College where she earned her associate’s degree in technical arts. As a llife-long Juneau resident, Kemp has more than sixteen years of experience with civil 3D modeling, AutoCAD, GPS, and GIS technology. Most recently, Kemp worked as a crew chief on a survey crew as well as developing the first-ever initiative to locate utility and light poles using GPS and GIS technology.
Venechuk joins PDC as a Land Surveyor in Training. In this position, Venechuk will calculate boundary corner search/staking coordinates and provide technical and CADD support for the Land Survey team. Venechuk has more than five years of surveying experience, as well as extensive experience in the mining industry in Alaska.
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