Amy Jaynes, CST, Wins First Place in the “Utility” Category of the International Right of Way Association’s Annual Surveying and Mapping Competition
Amy Jaynes, CST I, a senior survey CAD technician with McKim & Creed, has won first place in the “Utility” category of the International Right of Way Association’s Annual Surveying and Mapping Competition. This is the third consecutive year Jaynes has won the international award.
The award will be presented at the Annual IRWA Education Foundation on June 27 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Jaynes’ work is eligible for the “Best of Show” award, which will be selected by IRWA members through internet voting.
Jaynes created the award-winning map, which features a right of way acquisition and release, for Duke Energy.
As a senior survey CAD technician with McKim & Creed, Jaynes specializes in utility surveying and mapping for projects in North and South Carolina. She has been with McKim & Creed since 2007.
“We are proud that Amy’s outstanding work has been recognized within our industry,” said Andy Eades, PLS, regional manager with McKim & Creed. “She is an asset to the industry and to our clients.”
McKim & Creed provides engineering, surveying and planning services to public and private sector clients via offices throughout the Southeast. The firm has won numerous awards and accolades, and has been named one of the top architectural/engineering/contracting firms by Public Works magazine, one of the top design firms in the Southeast by Southeast Construction magazine, and one of the top 200 environmental firms in the United States by Engineering News-Record magazine.