Looking North

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DiPrete is branching out.  In response to several client requests, we are now licensed to do survey work in New Hampshire. The northern exposure will help DiPrete expand its footprint and pave the way for more opportunities to work with local municipalities and developers on future projects.

“Without a Permanent Land Surveying License, the regulations in New Hampshire allowed us to do one project per registered surveyor,” said Brian Timm, Senior Project Manager at DiPrete Engineering. “If an opportunity presented itself, we had to make a strategic decision whether to pursue it.”

But, deciding which projects to accept can get tricky, especially when trying to service an existing Rhode Island or Massachusetts client in the Granite State.

Senior Project Manager Michael Gavitt passed the test in April of 2015 to be a licensed land surveyor in New Hampshire.  Gavitt is also licensed in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut, and is required to know the rules and regulations of each state and how they differ from the others. .

Though DiPrete is not actively promoting or advertising services for New Hampshire work, the firm sees signs of increased development in the state. “The new licensing will allow us to provide our land surveying services to new and existing clients in New Hampshire without worrying about constraints,” said Michael.  “We can service clients in a much more efficient and responsive way.”