August 30, 2018

Gresham, Smith and Partners announces that Ken Shreeve, R.L.S., has joined GS&P as survey manager. He brings 16 years of extensive land surveying experience, supporting civil engineering and architectural projects throughout the Southeast. He has been involved in multiple aspects of project management and offers special expertise in subdivision layout and land title, boundary retracement, topographic analysis, GPS and construction surveys. Shreeve will focus on growing GS&P’s survey department, providing staff mentorship and continuing to raise the bar on client service.

“While survey technology – like drones and 3D scanning – is rapidly advancing, I believe we also need to get back to the roots of our profession,” commented Shreeve. “Our team is committed to being more than just expert measurers. We understand that the human aspect of the job is essential to success, and we’re bringing added value to our clients with experience in land usage and property rights determination. Technology allows us to do things we couldn’t do before and helps us do them better, safer and faster, but striking a balance between technical excellence and a focus on people is how you really succeed.”

“Our surveyors are smart, experienced and energetic, and Ken is a tremendous leader for the team,” added Land Planning Market Vice President Jessica Lucyshyn, P.E. “He brings well-rounded project knowledge and a genuine passion for leadership and mentorship. I look forward to seeing the ways our survey group will continue to raise the bar on the service and expertise we’re offering our clients with Ken at the helm.”

Prior to joining GS&P, Shreeve was a project surveyor for PLS, Inc. and Fisher Arnold. Some of his projects included a 1,000+ acre mixed-use commercial/retail/office/residential development in the Cool Springs area of Franklin, Tenn., a 10.8-mile biking and walking trail connecting Shelby Farms Park and Midtown Memphis, Tenn., and a 600-acre gated residential community around an Arnold Palmer signature golf course in Brentwood, Tenn. He is an active member of the Middle Tennessee chapter of the Tennessee Association of Professional Surveyors (TAPS), for which he will serve as secretary during 2019.