Davis, Bowen & Friedel Inc. announced the addition to the firm of several new employees as well as a summer intern.

Joining the Milford office, Cliff Mumford will bring experience with surveying and engineering to DBF. The University of Delaware graduate will be acting as a manager for many of the firm’s civil engineering projects, including Redden Wood, Governors and Woodfield Preserve subdivisions. Mumford is a native of Milford, currently living there with his wife and two children.

Providing information technology services for all three of DBF’s office locations in Salisbury, Milford and Easton, Jordan Wharton joined the firm earlier this year and helped in the firm’s move to two new offices. The Wor-Wic Community College and University of Maryland Eastern Shore graduate is the new assistant IT administrator. He is a native of Salisbury, Maryland, and a member of the local m4 reactor makerspace.

A senior CAD designer based in the Milford office, Kenny Bowers will bring more than 20 years of experience to DBF. After completing his degree in architectural drafting at Stevens College of Technology in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Bowers went on to provide CAD design services for construction, engineering, survey and architectural firms during the last two decades. Bowers and his family recently relocated to Bowers Beach.

Ches Townsend, native of Dagsboro, recently graduated from University of Delaware in Newark with a degree in civil engineering. He completed his engineer-in-training exam and looks forward to attaining his professional engineer license. From DBF’s Salisbury office, Townsend is working with the firm’s site planning department on a number of Eastern Shore projects, which include site engineering for the new Bridgeville Police Station and the new Sussex Consortium School.

Also joining DBF at the office in Salisbury, Raul Sanchez, is providing services for the firm’s municipal engineering department, including decommissioning of the existing wastewater treatment plant in Fairmount and the design of their new transmission system, providing on-call services for the Ironshire Pump Station in Snow Hill, and assisting with inspections for drinking water treatment upgrades in Selbyville. Originally from Ecuador, Sanchez recently graduated from University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown with a degree in civil engineering. He currently resides in Salisbury.

Connor Hudson has provided services this summer as a DBF intern. He is preparing to enter his senior year at Salisbury’s James M. Bennett High School and, following his graduation in 2018, Hudson eventually plans to study engineering at a college or university on the western side of Maryland.

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