Josh Daniel is a partner and the head of survey and has been with Lowe Engineers his entire professional career. He began working on a survey crew at the age of seventeen working during the summer months as a high school student, growing up in Johns Creek, Georgia. Soon enough, Josh was supervising his own survey crew. He was in responsible charge of a survey crew for several years before Hurricane Katrina made landfall in late 2005.
He then took the opportunity to move his family to the New Orleans area to manage a Corps of Engineers contract Lowe had acquired post-Hurricane Katrina. Lowe Engineers was one of three prime contractors the New Orleans District Corps of Engineers had under contract responsible for helping assess the damage delivered by the costliest storm in U.S. history. Besides the Corps of Engineers contract, Josh managed work for NOAA and Louisiana DNR as well as other municipal work while located in Louisiana. With the recent developments made in technology, he and his staff have successfully flown hundreds of UAV missions, mapping thousands of acres in the process. Lowe has completed UAV projects here in the U.S. as well as abroad for a variety of clients.
Josh remains a proud sustaining young member of the Society of American Military Engineers. He enjoys hunting with friends and camping with his young family of his wife Blaire, and his two children Will and Georgia.