McKim & Creed Manager Brings Extensive GDOT Experience to Atlanta Clients

AtlantaMcKim & Creed, Inc., a national engineering, geomatics and planning firm, announces that Christopher Amos Adams, RLS, has joined the companys Atlanta office as a senior geomatics project manager.

Mr. Adams has more than 33 years of surveying experience. A registered licensed surveyor in Georgia, Alabama and North Carolina, Mr. Adams is proficient at Georgia boundary and ALTA/ACSM land title surveys, Georgia Department of Transportation roadway and utility route surveys, topographic mapping, infrastructure inventory, geodetic control, GPS for control and state plane coordinates, as-builts, volume analysis and hydrography.

Chris has surveyed in the state of Georgia for more than 30 years, and has led dozens of survey teams to successfully complete numerous transportation projects for GDOT, said Tim Cawood, PLS, senior vice president with McKim & Creed. We are pleased to have him join our Atlanta team.

Mr. Adams is a member of the Surveying & Mapping Society of Georgia (SAMSOG) and the American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE), and serves on the GDOT surveying subcommittee of the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC).

Im excited about working with such a dynamic, innovative and growing firm as McKim & Creed, said Mr. Adams. I look forward to helping the company expand its presence not only in Atlanta, but throughout Georgia.

McKim & Creed has been established in the Atlanta area since 2008 and has provided geomatics services for such projects as the Sanford Stadium at the University of Georgia, the Viasat campus in Duluth, a 24-mile proposed natural gas pipeline from Gilmer to Blue Ridge counties, and FEMA floodplain map updating for Clayton County.

About McKim & Creed
McKim & Creed is an employee-owned engineering, surveying and planning firm with more than 400 staff members in offices throughout the U.S., including North Carolina, Florida, Virginia, Georgia, Texas, and Pennsylvania. McKim & Creed specializes in airborne and mobile LiDAR/scanning; unmanned aerial systems; subsurface utility engineering; and hydrographic and conventional surveying services; civil, environmental, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and structural engineering; and industrial design-build services for the energy, transportation, federal, land development, water, healthcare and building markets. The company celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2018. For more information about McKim & Creed, visit