Chris Voight Wins Best in Show and 1st Place in Map Competition

In a repeat performance, Redniss & Mead’s Project Surveyor, Chris Voight took home two ribbons last month from the Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors (CALS) Annual Meeting where many Connecticut land surveyors have a friendly competition showing off their best work. Chris was awarded:

  • Best in Show for “ALTA/NSPS Land Title Survey Depicting Coleman Towers”
  • In Category 2 – Limited property/Boundary Surveys, he won 1st Place for “Easement Map Div. Riverside Loan, LLC 321-329 Riverside Ave. – ELUR”

In 2014, Chris also won ‘Best in Show’ for Hamilton Development, LLC and second place for the YMCA Mahackemo Site.

The 2018 ‘Best in Show’ map will be entered into a national competition with the National Society of Professional Surveyors ( which will take place during the beginning of 2019.

Our Best Wishes to Chris!


Read the CALS news here.

2018 CALS Map Competition winner Chris Voight

Author: Redniss & Mead

With over a half-century of experience providing land use services to homeowners and developers in Connecticut and New York, Redniss & Mead tailors our services to the specific goals of our clients and the unique characteristics of their individual projects. Whether a small addition to your home, a complex redevelopment of your commercial site or implementation of your institution’s long term plan of development, Redniss & Mead has the expertise to help you achieve your vision. Our Surveyors, Civil Engineers and Planning & Zoning Consultants recognize the importance of taking the time to understand this vision. The result is a long history of delivering sound, quality service and cost effective designs that allow our clients to realize the greatest value from their properties.

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