B.S. Agriculture ‘84 University of Vermont
Licensed Land Surveyor, VT
Engineering Intern, VT
Vermont Society of Land Surveyors (VSLS)
Lamoureux & Dickinson Essex, VT 1988-2022
Doug Hensen has become one of the team as TCE and Lamoureux & Dickinson join forces, and is bringing over 30 years of valuable experience with him. At L&D, Doug was responsible for coordinating teams involved in field surveying and land record research, construction layout, design, analysis, and permitting of various projects.
He has performed property surveys and land record research throughout Vermont. His work has also included preparing design plans, construction documents, assisting with local and state permit applications, and follow-up to obtain local, state, and federal permits and approvals. Mr. Henson’s recent projects have included commercial and residential site plans, residential condominium projects, and transportation paths projects throughout Vermont.
Doug is an avid sportsman with hobbies including sailing, logging, and woodworking. He lives in Hinesburg with his family.
Doug was responsible for the design of a new two-mile long bike path paralleling VT Route 127 in Burlington’s Intervale. This project included the design and construction of a new boardwalk over a significant wetland and of a new bike path overpass bridge over the New England Central Railroad.
Doug served as the project manager and chief designer for a new 2.1-mile bike path along the waterfront of Lake Memphremagog in Newport. This project required extensive work with regards to survey and right-of-way acquisition.
Doug performed extensive land record research and field surveys to reestablish the original town line between the Towns of Brookfield and Roxbury. This project included the innovative use of then-new GPS survey technology to efficiently survey over long distances.
Doug has provided municipal project management and construction engineering services to the Town of Colchester on two highway and pedestrian design projects: Campus Connector linking Fort Ethan Allen and St. Michael’s College, and the Exit 16 Sidewalk Project.