Land Surveyor Stolinas Promoted to Project Management Role
Chris Stolinas, PLS, was promoted recently to a project management role. He joined Ayres in 2014, bringing experience in construction layout and data collection for the development of record drawings. Stolinas achieved his licensure as a professional land surveyor in Wisconsin in 2021.
Stolinas’ primary role is serving as a project surveyor on large-scale control surveys, design surveys for road reconstruction projects, field research, boundary analysis and computations, certified surveys, plats of survey, annexation maps, subdivision plats, easement exhibits, utility corridor mapping, and survey data processing. Stolinas also provides mentoring and guidance to staff as necessary to complete project tasks.
Stolinas has a total of 11 years of professional experience, including employment with a construction firm before his hiring at Ayres.
“Chris has been around construction projects from a young age,” says Jamey Reid, land surveyor. “His work ethic and conscientious attention to detail mean that his projects are always moving along on schedule and end with rock-solid results for our clients.”
Slolinas has an associate’s degree from the civil engineering technician program of Madison Area Technical College.
Stolinas oversees staff and projects. He provides project management on survey projects completed directly for clients such as energy firms and departments of transportation, and he manages survey tasks completed as part of design projects spearheaded by Ayres’ transportation and civil/municipal services operations.
Stolinas was recently elected by his peers to the post of president of the Madison Area Surveyors Council for 2023 and 2024, and he continues to be a member of the Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors.