Boston – Sean Ewald, PLS, director of land surveying for BSC Group, was named 2017 Surveyor of the Year by the Massachusetts Association of Land Surveyors and Civil Engineers (MALSCE). The award recognizes a leader in the industry who has been exemplary for his or her service to MALSCE, the profession, and the community.
Ewald, immediate past president of MALSCE, is a professional land surveyor with 21 years of experience working with transportation, municipal, land development, and energy clients. He served as party chief and a survey technician while steadily growing into the role of director of surveying for BSC.
He primarily oversees survey operations and manages large on-call contracts for clients such as Mass. Dept. of Transportation, Eversource, and Boston Water and Sewer Commission.
“Sean’s dedication to our association has been crucial for its success. Under Sean’s leadership, MALSCE saw tremendous growth and activity. He understands how critically important it is to volunteer and promote the surveying industry, and he has done so for many years. I can’t think of a more deserving recipient for Surveyor of the Year,” says MALSCE president, Paul Foley, PLS.
Ewald says, “What makes me most proud is that past MALSCE Surveyor of the Year award recipients comprise the selection committee and make the decision. These are my peers in the industry, people I have so much respect for.”
Sean O’Brien, BSC Group’s CEO, states, “BSC is thrilled for Sean and the recognition he’s receiving for his accomplishments. Dana Standley from our Worcester office received the same award last year. To get this two years in a row is amazing. We are all really proud of both of them.”