Three members of Becker Morgan earn licensures

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SALISBURY – Three members of Becker Morgan Group have earned professional licenses.

All three individuals fulfilled the educational, experience and examination requirements set forth by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying, and the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards.

Smith Purdum, II, P.E. has earned the designation of professional engineer, allowing him to take a larger role in the firm’s civil engineering projects. Mr. Purdum joined Becker Morgan Group as a civil engineering designer after graduation from the University of Delaware with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering.

Since joining the firm Mr. Purdum has contributed to a variety of projects across Maryland and Delaware, including the recently opened Residence Inn, Rehoboth Beach.

David Botscheller, AIA, and Brice Reid, AIA, have earned their professional licenses, growing the firm’s architectural licensed staff to 19.

Mr. Botscheller, AIA joined Becker Morgan Group in 2014 after graduation from Marywood University in Scranton, Pennsylvania with a bachelor of architecture.

During that time, he has primarily worked in the firm’s hospitality and residential studios and brought an unmatched passion to each project. Most recently he has fine-tuned his animated rendering skillset, bringing clients a unique virtual experience of their project prior to construction.

Mr. Reid, AIA. has been with BMG for five years, working primarily in healthcare, working closely with TidalHealth on a variety of projects, including their Ocean Pines Medical Campus.

He joined the firm in 2015 with experience in drafting and construction management, his onsite experience brings value to clients and allows him to communicate with the construction team easily. Mr. Reid graduated with a bachelor of architecture from Marywood University.