When you need a Land Surveyor
We are celebrating this week by sharing how Redniss & Mead visited local high schools to show and tell students about the profession of land surveying and the opportunities available.
“This decade-long transition has ensured continuity of the exceptional level of service on which our clients depend. Ray, Rick, and Aubrey will remain with the company and fully engaged in its success,“ said Brian McMahon. Collectively, the leadership team of Lorne, Brian, Craig, and Jorge has over a hundred years of experience with the company and has named Craig J. Flaherty, P.E. as president.
Rick Redniss Stamford Native gets a well-deserved award
The head of one of the city’s most recognized land use consulting firms and a Stamford native was named 2016 Citizen of the Year.
Rick Redniss, president of Redniss & Mead, learned of the honor Wednesday afternoon during a surprise luncheon at his First Street office.
The Redniss & Mead team provided planning and zoning consulting, land surveying and site civil engineering services for this recently completed project for the new Stamford Hospital.
Redniss & Mead Current Projects Under Construction
An interview with Chris Voight by Marie Patel (R&M’s Marketing Coordinator) Chris Voight is a Senior Land Surveyor and he has been with Redniss & Mead for eight years. Marie: “Chris, please tell me about your job; What do you do?” Chris: “I am responsible for various construction and residential surveys of all types and…
Our team provided land surveying, site civil engineering, and zoning analysis for this complex land development involving private and publicly funded infrastructure improvements and the compilation of the 30 different parcels of land.
The Redniss & Mead team provided land surveying and site civil engineering services for this recently completed significant modernization project for the Noroton Presbyterian Church.
Redniss & Mead’s residential projects featured on Houzz Tour: Connecticut Farm Restored for Generations to Come
A man renovates his extended family’s stately farmhouse and land. Sustainable practices are used in gardens, wetlands and recreation areas.
Redniss & Mead joined forces with the Wilton firm, Ryan and Faulds, to serve an expanded geographic market with a larger survey department. Douglas R. Faulds, PLS and his team will continue to operate from the Wilton office under the name Ryan and Faulds, A Redniss & Mead Company. Combined, the two firms will serve all of Fairfield, New Haven and Westchester counties.
Happy National Surveyors Week! Jorge Pereira, a Principal at Redniss & Mead, as well as, one of our 12 Land Surveyors, does his part to spread the word about the profession by participating in the Trig-Star program, a school-year long program sponsored by The National Society of Professional Surveyors.
Congratulations to Redniss & Mead’s Chris Voight! At the recent CALS 47th Annual Meeting, he was awarded the 2014 Map Competition ‘Best in Show’ in the Presentation Category
With Harbor Point in the South End having become a major destination for young renters, another waterfront neighborhood is now also trying to carve out a similar niche.
Shielded from Summer Street traffic by a fence and concrete barriers, about 50 people stood beneath the sweltering sun Wednesday as steel construction officially began at the Summer House development in Stamford.
An extra special birds-eye view of the New Stamford Hospital.
Redniss & Mead’s Bret Holzwarth, P.E. was part of the action on Tuesday at Stamford Hospital’s Topping Out Ceremony. His name and signature will be forever part of the highest beam of the New Stamford Hospital. The Topping-Out Tradition Somewhere between ground-breaking and ribbon-cutting, comes a ceremony in the construction of many modern buildings called…
Convent of the Sacred Heart, our client for over 10 years, had a need to expand their gymnasium and dining areas… We delivered a total solution that heightens safety and enhances the outdoor experience of the faculty and students by creating a cohesive pedestrian campus by alleviating traffic and the need to walk across streets.…