Survey Department Manager
2 Years at TCE
2 Years at TCE
Associates in Land Surveying ’05 Paul Smiths College
Licensed Land Surveyor State of Vermont #109298
Part 107 Commercial UAS License
Project Management Certificate
Vermont Society of Land Surveyors
National Society of Professional Surveyors
Dubois & King South Burlington, VT 2006-2020
United States Marine Corp. CH-53E Mechanic & Crew Chief 1998-2003
Nightmare Vermont Essex Junction, VT
Gerald is a licensed land surveyor bringing a wide range of experience and skill sets to his projects with a diverse experience that includes work in municipal, state, federal, and private sectors.
Gerald is a resident of Jericho, VT where he is raising twin teenage boys, so managing a survey department is a piece of cake for him. In his free time, Gerald enjoys being involved in community theatre and Nightmare Vermont where he is the “construction boss”.
Gerald has performed and/or oversaw several topographic and bathymetric surveys on multiple flood control dams in Vermont, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. He has also been involved in multiple topographic surveys of general aviation airports in Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Maine, as well as contributing to several multi-mile route surveys of VT State Highways including statutory resurveys of Williston Road and VT Route 17 in Addison.
Gerald has completed several large boundary surveys in the New England area. Some examples include the Middlebury State Airport in Vermont, and 3,200 acres of Wildlife Management Area for the New Hampshire Fish & Game Department. During his time with TCE, Gerald has also performed a multitude of Boundary Surveys.
TCE performed ALTA & HUD for the historical Woolen Mill in Winooski, which have been converted to apartments. This project required many layers of research and historical data to take into account for complicated surveys, and was also on an expedited timeline. Gerald was able to accomplish all that was needed within the tight turnaround successfully.
For the now former Green Mountain College campus in Poultney, TCE performed both a Boundary and an Existing Conditions survey. This project utilized an Unmanned Aerial Systems, or UAS, drone survey in order to aid with the repurposing of the campus.