David Nepper, PS, Elected to Chairman of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA)
PEA Group takes pride in the accomplishments of our team members, and we would like to take a moment to share one such accomplishment. Our Senior Project Manager, David Nepper, PS, has recently been elected to Chairman of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA) Surveying and Engineering Committee. For over ten years, David has been an active member of the IRWA, serving on the Michigan Chapter Board of Directors, holding several positions including Secretary, Vice President, and, up until June 2020, Mr. Nepper served as Chapter President.
The mission of the Survey and Engineering Committee is to provide a collaborative forum where members of the Survey, Engineering and Mapping environment can come together to share experiences, information, and knowledge relating to Survey and Engineering practices within the Right of Way and Infrastructure environment.
If you have an interest in learning more about the IRWA or have an interest in participating, please contact David Nepper, PS, at email@example.com.
About David Nepper
David joined PEA Group in 2015 and has over fifteen years of experience in land surveying. As a Senior Project Manager at PEA Group, Mr. Nepper is responsible for different facets of project management, including project estimation, staff assignments, scheduling, budgeting and execution, and client management.
About The International Right of Way Association
The International Right of Way Association is the main figure for Right of Way professionals, focusing on the knowledge of its members. The IRWA provides its 12,000+ members with the tools needed to not only build their careers but to advance within their careers, as well. The International Right of Way Association Surveying and Engineering Committee serves as the voice of the Engineer and Surveyor within the IRWA. Members of this association is composed of professionals from all different sectors including both public and private sectors, real estate attorneys, environmental consultants, public agency employees, appraisers, right of way negotiators, and title professionals.