Ed Dixon Published in Spring PITA Newsletter

May 1, 2018 Ed Dixon

Ed Dixon, P.L.S, the manager of Hancock Associates’ Newburyport office was recently published in the Plum Island Taxpayers Association’s spring newsletter. Ed has over 20 years of experience working in the Plum Island area and shared some of his knowledge in his article Surveying on Plum Island from a Land Surveyor’s Perspective.

You can read his article here.

Boston Business Journal’s Largest Engineering Firms in Massachusetts

February 23, 2018 Boston Business Journal Logo

Hancock Associates is proud to have made the Top 30 of the Boston Business Journal’s Largest Engineering Firms in Massachusetts!

Ann McMenemy and Kyle Lally Answer the Question “What are the seasonal constraints of vernal pool investigations?”

February 21, 2018 Ann McMenemy

Column by Ann McMenemy, senior wetland scientist/ecologist and Kyle Lally, staff wetland scientist for Hancock Associates is featured in the February 16 issue of the New England Real Estate Journal.

http://reader.mediawiremobile.com/NEREJ/issues/202823/viewer?page=59

David Cowell Answers the Question “Can I perform a wetland delineation in Winter?”

December 1, 2017 David Cowell

Column by David Cowell, senior wetland scientist/project manager for Hancock Associates, featured in the December 1 issue of the New England Real Estate Journal.

http://reader.mediawiremobile.com/NEREJ/issues/202331/viewer?page=42

Wayne Jalbert Explains Typical Timing for Land Surveys

November 3, 2017 Wayne Jalbert

Many homeowners are surprised to learn that it can take weeks or months to get project surveyed, designed and approved. Here are some typical timeframes:

Standard Projects

New Deck: 1 to 2 months

New Additions: 2 to 4 months

Special Permits: 4 months or more

Subdivisions: 6 months or more

Projects within 100’ of a Wetland:

2-3 months working with the appropriate Conservation Commission in addition to the Standard Project timeline above

Project within 200’ of a River

2-3 months working with the appropriate Conservation Commission in addition to the Standard Project timeline above

If you’re planning on doing work on your property in 2018, now is the time to contact a Professional Land Surveyor. They can complete the work during the winter months so you’ll be ready to go when the warm weather returns.