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Bowman Welcomes David Stickles, RPLS, PSM, PLS, to Expand Company’s Public Sector Geospatial Portfolio

April 9, 2024

Bowman proudly announces the appointment of David Stickles, RPLS, PSM, PLS, as director of business development, geospatial survey.

Stickles brings to Bowman over three decades of experience working with transportation departments and highway administrations, including the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), the Maryland State Highway Administration and the Maryland Port Administration.

Based out of Bowman’s Plano, TX office, he will focus on securing government and public sector contracts across Bowman’s 90+ locations throughout the United States.

“My goal is to build upon Bowman’s reputation to secure its position as a leading service provider in the public sector,” said Stickles. “This team has the resources, the skills, the technologies and the dedication to address client challenges. The recent Surdex acquisition adds a service that makes Bowman unique in its ability to provide comprehensive end-to-end solutions at all altitudes and resolutions. I couldn’t be more excited to help contribute to this phase of Bowman’s expansion.”

Stickles’ surveying career began in 1993, marked by a succession of leadership roles, including vice president, director of survey and SUE, regional practice leader and office manager. He is also a Registered Professional Land Surveyor (RPLS) in 12 states.

“David’s appointment holds strategic significance in enhancing Bowman’s reputation as a top-tier geospatial services provider,” said Aaron McMillan, vice president of geospatial at Bowman. “His leadership and project experience will be key to driving growth and elevating Bowman’s position in the market.”

In addition to his leadership and professional licensure, Stickles has a strong portfolio of project experience that spans land development, ports and harbors and stormwater infrastructure. He has worked on several notable projects throughout his career, including M&T Bank Stadium, Dundalk Marine Terminal, and the I-95 Express Toll Lanes project in Baltimore, Maryland.