LIVERMORE FALLS – Charles Buker, a surveyor at Main-Land Development Consultants, has been promoted to chief of surveying.

In his new position, Buker, 28, is responsible for overseeing the firm’s seven-person survey crew as they work in Franklin, Oxford, Somerset and Kennebec counties. In addition to coordinating surveyor schedules, he also performs boundary and topographic surveys and assists Main-Land engineers in site design.

He is the firm’s youngest-ever chief of surveying.

Buker joined Main-Land in 2002 as a survey technician, directly following his graduation from the University of Maine with a bachelor of science degree. He is a member of the Maine Society of Land Surveyors and the American Congress on Surveying and Mapping.

A graduate of Edward Little High School, Buker and his wife live in Auburn.


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