Michael D. Kreiger, PLS

Geomatics Project Manager

Mr. Kreiger is a registered surveyor and project manager with Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. (HRG) and is licensed in Pennsylvania and Deleware with 23 years of field, office, and management experience. He is responsible for the development of project proposals, project budgets, supervising and reviewing production of survey work and mapping products. This includes topographic and boundary surveys, construction stakeout, and aerial ground control surveys.


Office: 717.564.1121
Cell: 717.599.6685
LinkedIn: Michael D. Kreiger, PLS


  • A.S., Surveying Technology, The Pennsylvania State University


  • Professional Land Surveyor, PA
  • Professional Land Surveyor, DE


  • Boating Safety Education, Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission
  • CSX Roadway Worker Protection, Roadway Worker Training, Inc.


  • Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors: Board Member, President-Elect


  • Route Surveys
  • Boundary & Topographic Surveys
  • Roadway Surveys
  • Bridge Surveys
  • Design/Build Quality Assurance
  • Municipal Surveys
  • Construction Layout Stakeout
  • Record/As-Built Surveys
  • Subdivision & Land Development Surveys
  • ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys
  • Utility Surveys & Mapping (Electric, Telephone, CATV, Sewer, Water, Gas)


From 1998 to 2003 and 2004 to February 2007, Mr. Kreiger was a Senior Party Chief with Rettew Associates, Inc. in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. His roles included heavy/highway construction stakeout, boundary/topography surveys, engineering surveys, and photogrammetric surveys. Mr. Kreiger’s responsibilities included scheduling survey fieldwork, preparing proposal and budgets, courthouse research, performing and supervising field surveys, resolving boundary lines, performing construction stakeout computations, processing field data, drafting, preparing legal descriptions, and checking subdivision plans.

From 2003 to 2004, Mr. Kreiger was a survey manager at Dawood Associates in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. His responsibilities included overseeing projects from boundary/topographic surveys from field to finish.

From 1993 to 1998, Mr. Kreiger was an instrument man and party chief at Erdman, Anthony Associates, Inc. in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. His responsibilities included mapping for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Conrail, and the Army Corps of Engineers, as well as municipal and property surveys.

From 1989 to 1991 and 1992 to 1993, Mr. Kreiger served as an intern and rodman with KCI Technologies, Inc. His responsibilities included mapping for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, municipal and property surveys, and engineering design computations.