Costa Mesa-based civil engineering land development firm, Commercial Development Resources (CDR), has announced the hiring of five additional civil engineers to support the company’s increased demand for engineering, surveying, dry utility and entitlements.
“CDR has been fortunate to experience a substantial amount of growth in our company over the last several years. We are pleased to announce these five additions to our dedicated team to help support the needs of our clients as we grow in California and expand into the Western and Southeastern United States,” said CDR founder Aaron Albertson.
The team of new civil engineers include Brad Sheelor, Luke Russell, E.I.T., Michelle Narolewska, Andrew Martinez, E.I.T. and Steve Diaz, E.I.T.
The firm said in a news release that CDR looks forward to continue providing exceptional client-focused civil engineering and development management solutions with the five new accomplished individuals.
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