EASTON — Lane Engineering, LLC recently announced the professional advancement of two employees. Nate Hoxter recently obtained his Maryland Professional Landscape Architect license and Chris Valltos has become a Maryland licensed Professional Land Surveyor.

Nate Hoxter started his career with Lane Engineering in June of 2016. He is a native of Centreville and attended Gunston Day School. Hoxter obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in landscape architecture from West Virginia University. He specializes in landscape plans, forest conservation plans, residential and commercial site plans, and perspective renderings. Outside of work, Hoxter enjoys woodworking, traveling with his wife Erin and spending time with friends and family.

Chris Valltos began his career with Lane Engineering in July of 2019. He has over 20 years of combined experience in civil design and land surveying. Valltos attended Queen Anne’s High School and attended the Community College of Baltimore County, where he received his land surveying and civil engineering certificate. He specializes in civil engineering design and is the third licensed land surveyor on staff at Lane Engineering. In his free time, Valltos enjoys spending time with his wife, Brandy, and their three children, Calista, Lillian, and Niko. Valltos is an avid sports fan and is a licensed soccer coach and referee.

“We encourage all of our staff to continue their career education and obtain professional certifications while here at Lane Engineering,” Company President Barry Griffith said. “It takes hard work and drive to put in the extra hours away from family and friends to do this and we congratulate both Chris and Nate for their accomplishments. It benefits them as professionals and it benefits our many clients that they serve.”

Lane Engineering is a multi-disciplined survey, planning and civil engineering firm with 35 years of experience serving Mid-Shore residents, businesses, and institutions. Visit www.leinc.com for more information about the company’s history and services.

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