Roy started employment with Eustace Engineering in the early eighties as the sole original draftsman for the firm. At that time, he handled the hand drafting of projects ranging from multi-unit residential subdivisions to large industrial feasibility studies. Over time he gained a considerable breadth of knowledge handling many facets of the land development process.
Roy was called upon to perform construction site inspection in Maryland, Virginia and Tennessee. Roy spent several years with other engineering companies but returned to Eustace in 2008 as Survey Coordinator. He was able to earn his Professional Land Surveyor’s license during his time away by completing correspondence courses and successfully passing the licensing exam. Roy also gained experience designing railroad alignment, stream relocations and residential swimming pool layouts. He increased his land surveying knowledge through numerous boundary retracements, generation of numerous subdivisions containing twenty or more lots and the overseeing of the construction layout of industrial, commercial and residential projects. Since his return, Roy has been managing the land surveying aspects of the firm.
Through his leadership, the firm has grown its land surveying services. His oversight and attention to detail have enabled the firm to gain a reputation for providing a high-quality product in a prompt and cost-effective manner. With his guidance and supervision, the firm has repeatedly produced award-winning survey drawings since 2014.