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About Redniss & Mead

The firm was established in 1957 with the purchase of the Harold A. Parsons Company, a Connecticut Land Surveying firm founded in 1893 and a 1962 merger with the L. Bromfield, Jr. company to form Parsons, Bromfield & Redniss. Our vault preserves extensive land records dating back to the early days of the Parsons Company, and we proudly display an excellent collection of early surveying and engineering instruments. These treasures remind us that we are heirs to a deep tradition of treating the land wisely.

Redniss & Mead Today

Still a family firm, we expanded over the years to become a leading land use consultant that produces innovative designs by combining traditional skills with creative planning and environmental sensitivity.

Our multi-disciplinary staff includes Professional Engineers, Professional Land Surveyors, Planners and support staff, who average more than 20 years with the company.  We deliver the personal service of a small firm, yet we offer the scale to handle complex development projects.

Our customer service culture begins with open and regular communication with you. We integrate our professionals with your project team, working long and hard to meet deadlines and deliver the results you expect.

Put simply, we’re committed to doing everything we can to transform your land use ideas into reality.

Awards and Citations

  • Boston Society of Architects Honor Award for Design Excellence
  • Connecticut Chapter of American Planning Association
  • Connecticut Homebuilders Association
  • Fairfield County Homebuilders Association
  • Stamford Land Conservation Trust
  • Stamford Downtown Special Services District
  • State of Connecticut General Assembly
  • Surveyor of the Year, Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors
  • Champions of Housing, New Neighborhoods, Inc.
  • The National Apartment Association awarded Glenview House their PARAGON award during the 2010 NAA Education Conference & Exposition in New Orleans, LA.

Licenses

  • Professional Engineer licenses: Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania
  • Professional Land Surveyor licenses: Connecticut, New York
  • American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)
  • LEED AP

Current and Past Board Memberships

  • American Planning Association
  • Connecticut Survey and Map Standards Advisory Committee
  • Connecticut Taskforce for Guidelines for Sediment and Erosion Control
  • Monroe Water Pollution Control Authority
  • Darien Environmental Protection Commission
  • Darien Flood Mitigation Strategy Committee
  • Greenwich Flood & Erosion Control Board
  • Greenwich Representative Town Meeting
  • Stamford Mayor’s Task Force on Open Space
  • Mianus River Watershed Project
  • Stamford Downtown Special Services District Committee
  • Stamford Land Conservation Trust, Inc.

Professional Associations

  • American Congress on Surveying and Mapping
  • American Land Title Association
  • American Planning Association
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Connecticut Association of Land Surveyors
  • Connecticut Society of Civil Engineers
  • Land Surveyors in Private Practice
  • National Engineering Honor Society, Tau Beta Pi
  • National Society of Professional Engineers
  • National Society of Professional Surveyors
  • New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors
  • Scientific Research Society, Sigma Xi
  • Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers