Our Team

Cecil “Zeke” Hudson, PLS
Lead Surveyor / Project Estimator

Zeke has over 25 years of expertise in land surveying, topographic surveying and hydrographic surveying. Zeke’s survey duties include interpreting legal descriptions and gathering evidence to prove or reconcile the position of the boundary markers. He is also responsible for estimating and preparing project proposals ranging from simple lot surveys to large scale surveying and hydrographic projects.

Zeke’s land surveying experience includes performing metes and bounds surveys, section surveys, topographic surveys, subdivision and construction stakeout.

His hydrographic surveying experience includes single beam bathymetry, multi-beam bathymetry, magnetometer and gradiometer surveys and side scan surveys.

Zeke is a member of the Alabama Society of Professional Land Surveyors and the National Society of Professional Land Surveyors.


Eric D. Jackson, P.E.
Project Engineer

As Project Engineer, Eric’s duties include the design of grading, drainage, water distribution and sewer collection plans for commercial and residential sites. He also oversees road construction and improvement projects for the Mobile County “Pay as You Go Program”. Prior to joining Rowe in 2016, Eric spent 6 years at the Mississippi Department of Transportation. While at MDOT, Eric managed a wide range of road and bridge construction projects including the I-10/I-110 Interchange Construction Project in D’Iberville, Miss., which included the installation of MDOT’s first soil nail retaining wall as well as implementation of the state’s first diverging diamond interchange (DDI).

Eric is a graduate of The University of Alabama where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering in 2009.


Roger Watson, PLS
Field Party Chief

Roger has over 35 years of expertise in general land surveying, topographic surveying, alignment location and cross-section surveys for roadways.  Roger currently serves as a field party chief responsible for locating land boundaries and boundary corners.  He is responsible for data collection and performs the necessary computations to determine the accuracy of boundary surveys.  Roger has many years of experience in reestablishing old, lost or obliterated corners from recorded deeds and the collection of horizontal and vertical control for large topographical surveys, including the profile and cross-sections for development and study of roads, streets, drainage systems and bridges for construction.