Survey Crew Chief
3 Years at TCE
3 Years at TCE
B.S. Environmental Science ’15 University of New Hampshire
A.A., Associates in the Arts ’13 Brevard Community College
Licensed Class A Designer State of Vermont #152.0133668
Licensed Designer of Subsurface Sewage Disposal Systems State of New Hampshire #1890
Licensed FAA UAS Remote Pilot Certification Number 4653863
40-Hour ACOE Wetland Delineation Training at VTC
Meridian Land Services Amherst, NH 2016-2020
University of New Hampshire Durham, NH 2015-2016
Friends of Tuckerman Ravine Conway, NH
Mr. Meeden brings a wide range of experience in the survey and septic fields. Daniel, who prefers to be called “Boone”, has worked on projects from the conceptual to construction. He has a in depth understanding of survey practices including robotic and GPS surveying. He enjoys helping clients design a septic system that works with the regulations, lay of the land, and budget, as well as making them aesthetically pleasing when possible. He is accustomed to working long days in the field in all types of weather, but is certainly no stranger to drafting in CAD and coordinating projects with both clients and colleagues.
Boone is from south central New Hampshire and in his free time you can find him navigating the great outdoors by both land and water.
Boone served as the crew chief for a 70+ acre boundary survey in Essex this year. He led the reconnaissance for boundary monumentation and then set-up and ran the traverse around the parcel.
Boone singlehandedly did reconnaissance, tied into existing monumentation, and provided topography for a small lot in downtown Burlington. He then went back and set monumentation for lot corners that were not previously set.
Boone was on the ground for the initial topographic survey of seven mobile home lots, all of which had failing septic systems. He helped draft and design all seven new wastewater disposal systems. He was then back on the ground to stakeout the systems in preparation of construction.