Davis, Bowen & Friedel, a full-service architectural, engineering and surveying firm, welcomed three new employees.

Yancey Wetterich has over 13 years of experience in civil design and is skilled in 11 different types of 2-D and 3-D computer aided drafting programs. He is currently providing site design and CAD services for a variety of commercial and residential projects throughout Delaware including Marsh Island Preserve and Plantation Square near Lewes. Wetterich was born and raised in Dover, is a Dover High School graduate, and currently resides in Harrington.

Brandon Mace recently joined the firm to assist the engineering department on the Sail Side Condominium in Rehoboth and Sand Hill Valley Clubhouse & Amenities in Milton. Born and raised in Wilmington, Mace attended Alexis I. DuPont High School and graduated from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering. Mace has completed his engineering-in-training exam and is looking to obtaining his professional engineer license.

Jason Kehler graduated with a Bachelor of Science in landscape architecture from West Virginia University and will assist DBF’s site engineering design team with CAD and sketchup 3-D modeling on projects such as the Executive Lawns entrance in Milton. The Wilmington native has been working in the landscape industry in Delaware for the past three years bringing an extensive knowledge of commercial and residential hardscape and landscape design.

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