Raudenbush welcomes two new employees to their Middletown Office

Raudenbush would like to welcome Doug Allwein, SIT and Cameron Loula to our Middletown office. Doug will be joining our survey and GIS departments as a Senior Survey & GIS Technician and Cameron will be joining our structures department as a Structural Designer.


    allwein doug 20160810 Doug Allwein, S.I.T. has over 15 years of experience in a wide variety of surveying disciplines and has extensive experience with GIS. He was a Topographic Surveyor in the U.S. Army from 2001 to 2005, where he obtained a diploma in Basic Geodetic Survey from the Defense Mapping School in 2001. Doug then went on to receive an undergraduate certificate from Penn State University in 2016 for Advanced Foundations in Business Administration. He passed his Fundamentals of Surveying exam in 2013 and will be eligible to take his Professional Land Surveyors exam in 2017. He is proficient in a variety of drafting software, has conducted various topographic surveys, utilized conventional and GPS methods, worked on numerous boundary surveys, established targets for several high accuracy aerial ground control surveys, and is familiar with PennDOT, ALTA/ACSM, FEMA, FAA #405, and Army Corps of Engineers survey standards. Doug has also mapped and attributed several utility systems for asset management, created high quality GIS maps and templates, designed geodatabases and utility geometric networks utilizing ERSI products, and established custom GIS solutions for clients. Doug will be assisting both the Survey and Site departments with drafting and GIS tasks in his role as a Senior Survey & GIS Technician.



 loula cameron 20160810 Cameron Loula is a recent graduate of Penn State University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, where he made the Dean’s List. He is a member of American Society of Civil Engineers Student Chapter (ASCE), American Institute of Steel Construction (student member), and American Concrete Institute (student member). Cameron traveled to Honduras with the Penn State Global Water Brigade in 2015 to help implement a clean water system using the mountainous streams for a local community. Cameron is working on obtaining his E.I.T. and will be working on his professional development under great leaders at Raudenbush.