||Richard Meehan, L.L.S.
||President - Principal Surveyor
||Richard has over 40
years of experience in the direct management of and primary responsibility for a varied
range of survey and design projects. He has represented the surveying profession and
Meehan & Goodin in seminars and workshops before numerous bodies including the
Connecticut Bar Association Real Property Section and numerous title insurance companies.
He is a past president of the Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors and is a member of
the Executive Board of the New England Land Title Association.
He is a
past president of CREW CT, The Real Estate Exchange, the Connecticut chapter of
CREW Network, a national association of 8000 members in 80 chapters representing the
interests of women in commercial real estate. He has the distinction of being the
first male ever chosen to lead a local chapter.
||E. Russell Johnston
||Russell has over 35
years experience with a wide variety of designs encompassing all aspects of civil
engineering projects from feasibility studies to construction contract administration. He
has been an instructor for the Professional Engineers Review Course at The Hartford
Graduate Center (now Rensselaer At Hartford) and has written several hydrology and
drainage design computer programs for the Windows environment.
is also chair of his town's Trails Commission.
||Robert E. Dahn, L.L.S.
||Bob brings over 35
years of direct experience to the management, scheduling and preparation of all types of
land surveying projects. He is a past president of the National Society of
Professional Surveyors having previously served as Area 1 Director and Vice President for
He is a past president of the Connecticut Association of Land
Surveyors and a member of the Connecticut Building Industry and Safety Council. Bob is a
also member of his Town's Conservation Commission and the Joshua's Land Trust. He was
named Surveyor of the Year by the Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors.
He has co-authored (with Rita Lumos, NSPS Past President), an article outlining
the activities, accomplishments, and on-going efforts and goals of the NSPS,published in
the November 2006 edition of the Surveying and Land Information Science
Journal. Click here to view or download the
article (312 KB PDF file)