ROCHESTER, N.Y., December 11 — David Standinger, PLS, PSM, geospatial manager in Erdman Anthony’s Rochester office, has earned his license as a professional surveyor and mapper in Florida. He is also a licensed professional land surveyor in New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and New Hampshire.
Standinger began his career in 1981 as a field artillery surveyor attached to the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault). He has an associate degree of applied science in survey technology from SUNY Alfred.
Standinger, a Macedon resident, has a diverse background that includes survey and survey supervision for transportation projects, site development, wireless and utility projects, and many innovative laser scanning and modeling projects. He currently serves on the Genesee Valley Land Surveyors Association’s board, is vice president of the Joseph E. Glickman Scholarship fund, and secretary of the U.S. Institute of Building Documentation.
For over 60 years, Erdman Anthony has provided infrastructure engineering and support services to private industry and government clients. The multidisciplinary firm employs over 250 people, including 70 professional engineers and licensed land surveyors, throughout its offices in Albany, Buffalo, and Rochester, New York; Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; West Palm Beach, Florida; and Portland, Maine. The firm’s integrated engineering expertise spans the bridge, commercial/site development, education, energy, health care, highway, industrial, oil and gas, parks and recreation, private utility, rail, retail, and water/sewer markets. Erdman Anthony’s quality management system is certified to the ISO 9001:2015 standard.