Atlanta, GA, January 26, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Chris Browning, a vice president with the engineering, surveying and planning firm of McKim & Creed, has earned national pipeline assessment and documentation certifications from the National Association of Sewer Service Companies. He joins five others within McKim & Creed who have received these certifications.
Browning received certifications in the Pipeline Assessment and Certification Program (PACP), the Manhole Assessment and Certification Program (MACP), and the Lateral Assessment and Certification Program (LACP). These are standard coding and ranking systems developed by NASSCO to standardize pipe and manhole assessment, and they set industry standards for the rehabilitation of underground utilities.
Browning, who formerly served as the assistant director of public works for Fulton County, oversees McKim & Creed’s technology business unit in the water division. He is the national treasurer of the Water Environment Federation, chair of the Georgia Water and Wastewater Institute, and a director on the Board of the Georgia Association of Water Professionals. Browning joined McKim & Creed’s Lawrenceville office in 2010.
Browning earned an undergraduate in civil engineering from Southern Polytechnic State University and a master’s in public administration from Columbus State University.
About McKim & Creed:
McKim & Creed provides engineering, surveying and planning services to public and private sector clients via offices throughout the Southeast. The company 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 500 design firms in the United States by Engineering News-Record magazine.