EASTON — Davis, Bowen & Friedel Inc. recently announced Christopher D. Waters and Clifton D. Mumford have become associates with the firm.

As a certified professional land surveyor in Maryland and Delaware, Waters comes with more than two decades of experience, beginning his surveying career in 1987, with Andrews Miller & Associates — a firm that merged with DBF in 2007.

Waters continues to lead DBF’s survey department in Easton and Milford, Del., as the survey manager. His surveying expertise includes topographic, site plan, boundary, elevation and lot line survey in addition to improvement location, stakeout and subdivision work. Waters also is a forest conservation specialist.

Mumford has a Bachelor of Applied Sciences from the University of Delaware and is based out of DBF’s Milford, Del., office. He has over a decade of experience as a project engineer in Maryland and Delaware, and plays a significant role in the firm’s civil engineering department designing sites for government projects and private sector communities.

Mumford is working on several commercial and residential projects, including White’s Pond Meadow, Coastal Corner and Asbury Square.

“Chris and Cliff continue to be key contributors on several projects all across the Delmarva Peninsula, and we couldn’t be more excited to recognize their hard work and dedication with this promotion,” DBF Principal Ring Lardner said.

Davis, Bowen & Friedel Inc., is a full-service architectural, engineering and surveying firm with offices in Easton, Salisbury and Milford. For more information, visit www.dbfinc.com.

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