M Squared employee earns honor
Town of Cedarburg resident is state’s surveyor of the year

News Graphic Staff

Feb. 14, 2018

CEDARBURG — Anthony Gromacki, a professional land surveyor employed by M Squared Engineering in Cedarburg, has been named the 2017 Professional Land Surveyor of the Year.

The Wisconsin Society of Land Surveyors presented the award to Gromacki during the 69th annual WSLS Institute in Wisconsin Dells. The event took place Jan. 24 to Jan. 26.

“I nominated Tony for all of the hard work he has performed in getting certain laws pertaining to the practice of surveying in Wisconsin rewritten – and his dedication to our profession as a whole,” Bob Beilfuss, president of WSLS, said in a news release.

Gromacki, a town of Cedarburg resident, serves on the WSLS committee for government affairs. He is currently working with a lobbyist and partnering with seven land surveyors across Wisconsin on legislation regarding the minimum standards of property surveys. In addition, Gromacki serves on the WSLS water issues committee.

Gromacki earned an associate degree in civil technology from Milwaukee Area Technical College. He has 39 years of experience in roadway design, construction surveys and as-built surveys in the private and public sectors.

He is well-versed in construction inspection and stake-out projects, according to the news release.

Gromacki has been with M Squared Engineering for nearly 10 years. He has been a member of WSLS for 26 years.

WSLS, organized in 1952, consists of nine chapters throughout Wisconsin. It is a statewide volunteer organization committed to the advancement of the surveying industry.

M Squared, located at W62 N215 Washington Ave., is online at www.msquaredengineering.com.