Meet The Team

Warren D. Eadus, P.G.

Mr. Eadus is an experienced geologist, environmental scientist and project manager. Prior to employment with Quible, Warren served with a Charlotte, NC firm as a geologist, primarily focused on environmental assessments related to soil and groundwater contamination and associated site remediation. Warren’s projects include State and Federal Permitting, Environmental Assessments, Landfill Assessments (Testing, Monitoring and Cleanup), Marina and Coastal Development Project Management, and Natural Resource Protection. Warren has built important relationships with government agencies as well as partner firms.

Warren lives in Currituck County with his wife Meghan and their three children. In his spare time he enjoys fishing, surfing, gardening, cooking and traveling.



Bachelor of Science (Geology) 1998 - East Carolina University


Certifications and Registrations:

Completed courses in Principles of Groundwater-Flow, Transport and Remediation offered by the National Groundwater Association-March 2001 

Licensed Geologist in the State of North Carolina May 12, 2004 through present (License#1954)

Licensed Geologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia (License #2801 001874)

Certified Well Driller, State of North Carolina License # 3410-B

40 Hour OSHA , Hazwopper with annual 8 hour Refresher, Confined Space Entry Endorsement

Level III-B: Designer of Erosion and Sediment Control for Reclamation Plans (Certification#536)

Certified Stormwater BMP Inspection and Maintenance (Certificate #1232)

National Ground Water Association Member

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Brian D. Rubino, P.G.
Vice President

Brian Rubino is a Licensed Professional Geologist in North Carolina with 16 years of experience working as an environmental consultant with Quible & Associates. Mr. Rubino earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Geology from East Carolina University.  Brian has extensive experience working in coastal environments, and is intimately familiar with State and Federal law and policy associated with coastal systems, wetlands, and groundwater. Mr. Rubino’s professional experience includes Environmental Assessments, Compensatory Mitigation, Natural Habitat Restoration, Wetland Assessments, CAMA Permitting, Soil and Water Sampling, Remediation, Aquatic Surveys and Mine Permitting. In addition, he has provided project management and oversight for marina and residential development projects and has provided expert witness testimony related to potential impacts to ecological resources on projects in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. Brian resides in Kitty Hawk with his wife Megan and their two children.  



Bachelor of Science (Geology) 1997 - East Carolina University

Master of Science (Geology) 2002 - East Carolina University


Certifications, Boards and Registrations:

State of North Carolina Professional Geologist License 2003 (#1933)

40 Hour OSHA, HAZWOPER certification # 13334

NC State Short Courses in Wetland Delineation, Hydric Soils and Hydraulic Conductivity

First Bank Outer Banks Local Advisory Board Member

NCCLT Land Protection Committee

Michael W. Strader, Jr., P.E.
Director of Engineering

NC License # 037813

VA License # 041282

Mike is a licensed engineer in North Carolina and Virginia and serves as the Director of Engineering at Quible. He has over eighteen years of design and management expertise for residential, commercial, industrial and municipal projects. Mike's management style is hands on with close client communication to ensure a complete understanding of project goals.   


Mike and his boys spend much of their time outside of work and school on and around the water (ocean, estuaries, rivers and lakes) when they are not involved in a multitude of competitive sporting events.



Bachelor of Science (Civil Engineering) 2001- Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University


Professional Expertise:

Project Management

Residential, commercial and institutional land development planning, design and permitting

Public and Private Utility Design and Modeling

Stormwater collection and treatment system design, permitting and certification

Wastewater collection and treatment system design, permitting and certification

Water distribution system design and permitting

Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plans design and permitting

NCDOT Roadway design and permitting

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John "Matt" Hurdle, PLS
Director of Surveying
mhurdle@quible.com 4Matt

In addition to being our Director of Surveying, Matt is an engineering design and planning specialist who.  Behind the scenes, Matt is our network guru and administrator - providing organization, speed and reliability to our computer network. 


Matt, his wife, and three children reside in Perquimans County, where they are active members of their church. Matt is a multi-level volleyball coach, and he enjoys biking with his wife and hunting.



Perquimans High School - 1992

Bachelor of Science (Industrial technology) East Carolina University - 1996


Professional Expertise:

Autodesk Land Desktop & Civil 3D


Subdivision Planning & Design

Commercial Site Planning & Design

Boundary Surveys

Final Plats

As-Built Surveys

Construction Stakeout


Cathleen M. Saunders, P.E.
Project Manager
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NC License # 043652

VA License # 0402052846

Cathleen is a licensed engineer in North Carolina and Virginia.  She has over nine years of design, project, and construction management experience in water, wastewater, stormwater, and roadway design.

Cathleen is very passionate about outreach and STEM education. Through her volunteer positions with the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) she mentors multiple college aged engineering students at Universities all along the East Coast in addition to being a professional counselor to Virginia State University and Virginia Commonwealth University. Through the Society of Women Engineers, Cathleen has also helped to plan and organize countless k-12 events to expose students to opportunities in the field of Engineering.  In October 2018, SWE recognized Cathleen with the Distinguished New Engineer Award. 


Bachelor of Science (Civil Engineering) 2010 - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

Professional Expertise:

Project Management

Stormwater collection system design, permitting, and construction management.

Wastewater collection system design and construction management

Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plans design and permitting

NCDOT and VDOT Roadway design and permitting

Joel D. Lenk, P.G.
Western Branch Manager
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Joel Lenk is our western North Carolina Branch Project Manager and head of daily operations.Mr. Lenk is a licensed professional geologist in North Carolina with 15 years of experience working as an environmental consultant with highly respected firms.  He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Geology from East Carolina University in 1997.  He has extensive experience working in mountain and piedmont riverine environments, and is familiar with State and Federal law and policy associated with stream systems, wetlands, and groundwater.

Mr. Lenk’s professional experience includes environmental restoration, compensatory mitigation and banking, wetland delineation and jurisdictional determination, environmental permitting, soil, water, and gas sampling, and assessment and remediation of soil and groundwater.  Additionally, he has provided expert witness testimony related to potential impacts to ecological resources for projects in western North Carolina.

Joel, a native of western North Carolina, resides with his wife Laurie near Fairview, Buncombe County, on the grounds of Camp Woodson.Joel is the caretaker of this 250 acre+ property that is owned by the Presbytery of western North Carolina and is primarily utilized for youth programs.  Joel is a lifetime soccer player, snowboarder and motorsports enthusiast.

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Dylan L. Tillett, P.E.
Project Manager

NC License # 045158

Dylan Tillett earned his Engineering Degree from East Carolina University in 2011 where he developed and sharpened his skills in engineering design and problem-solving. Dylan’s knowledge and experience in commercial & residential site plan design, stormwater management design/permitting, and wastewater design/permitting makes him a great asset to the Firm. He works in alliance with our clients and municipalities to maintain communication and project expectations from field to finish. His commitment to exceeding our client’s needs and goals while maintaining the well-being of our local community and environment are never compromised.

Mr. Tillett, a native to the Outer Banks, has strong ties to the area. Dylan lives in Kitty Hawk with his wife, Stacey, and their two children. He enjoys camping with his family, hunting, fishing, hiking, wood-working and anything that involves spending time with family and friends. 

Bachelor of Science (Engineering) 2011 – East Carolina University 

Certifications and Registrations:
Engineer Intern / Engineer In Training 
Former Member of the Town of Kitty Hawk’s Planning Board 

Professional Expertise:
Project Management 
Commercial & Residential Site Plan Design 
Site Feasibility Sketches 
Grading & Drainage Plans 
Stormwater Management Design & Permitting 
Wastewater System Design & Permitting 
Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Design & Permitting 
Contract Management & Construction Assistance

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Joseph "Troy" Murphy
Environmental Scientist
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Troy Murphy earned his B.S. degree in Oceanography from UNC-Wilmington in 2014 where he focused on coastal shoreline environments and conducted research on geomorphology relative to beach nourishment on Wrightsville Beach, NC. Both semesters of his senior year at UNCW, Troy worked as an intern with the NC Division of Coastal Management in the Wilmington District office where he assisted with wetland delineations and the CAMA permitting process.  Some of Troy’s experience includes CAMA Permits, USACE permits, Compensatory Mitigation, Wetland Assessments, SAV Survey’s, Environmental Assessments and Reports, and Well Monitoring.  Troy is also a proficient draftsman for our environmental and engineering projects.

Troy lives in Kitty Hawk where he enjoys surfing, photography, and exploring the outdoors.


Bachelor of Science (Oceanography) 2014- University of North Carolina at Wilmington


40 Hour OSHA, HAZWOPER Certification 

Christine A. Boyle
Officer Manager
Brandon Fearns
Survey Crew Chief

Ms. Boyle has been employed with Quible since 1999. She is the bookkeeper and is in charge of our various levels of office administration. With her accounting skills and proficiency in billings and client relations, Christine is an excellent base of contact. She has previous experience as a Real Estate paralegal on the Outer Banks and as an immigration paralegal in Denver, Colorado. 


Christine enjoys traveling, reading and spending time with friends and family.



B.S.E. English, University of South Dakota


Professional Expertise:


Microsoft Office 

Account Management  

Financial Reporting

Brandon Fearns is our survey crew chief with extensive knowledge of Eastern North Carolina and NC survey rules, regulations and standards. Brandon has become our go-to field man and has successfully trained our up and coming survey department crew men.

Brandon joined the Quible team in May 2016 and has hit the ground running. He has an extensive construction background which adds to his understanding of survey needs.  He has gained knowledge of surveying principles, regulations and procedures.  Brandon is a hard worker, quick learner and good communicator. 

Brandon, his wife and daughter reside in Nags Head.  In his free time, Brandon enjoys fishing (traditional and spearfishing) and he is an avid disc golfer.

Professional Experience:

Boundary Surveys

Final Plats

As-Built Surveys

Hydrographic Surveys

Construction Stakeout


Christopher Page
Survey Crewman
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Chris joined the Quible team in 2020 and has hit the ground running. He has gained knowledge of surveying principles, regulations and procedures and is proficient with conventional and GPS equipment.  

Chris and his wife live in Kill Devil Hills.  In his free time, Chris enjoys fishing, disc golf and cooking.

Professional Experience:

Boundary Surveys

Hydrographic Surveys

As-Built Surveys

Construction Stakeout

Bryan Jones
CAD/Engineering Technician
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Bryan Jones is a Dare County native with deep ties to eastern NC.  He received a degree from Wake Tech in Survey Technology in addition to completing complimentary coursework at ECU and College of the Albemarle.  Before Quible, Bryan spent ten years in the hydrographic surveying field with the Navigation Branch of the US Army Corps of Engineers.  Bryan is proficient in in AutoCAD as well as a suite of other survey and engineering software and instruments.  Mr. Jones resides on Roanoke Island with his wife and son.

Professional Experience:

Drafting and Design

Hydrographic Surveys

Site Plans

Field Surveying and Inspections

Quincy A. Taylor
CAD/Environmental Technician
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Quincy grew up on a horse farm in south western Virginia.  After graduating from high school, he spent the seven years in the U.S. Army serving as an electronics engineer.  Following his time in the military, he spent four months solo hiking the Appalachian and Blue Ridge Mountains, eventually leading him to his new home in Western North Carolina.  Quincy attended Warren Wilson College in Swannanoa on the GI Bill and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Outdoor Education in 2014.  Post-graduation, he worked in the wilderness therapy field as a wilderness guide until 2018.  After becoming a father, Quincy decided it was time to come out of the woods and redirect his career.  Quincy graduated from Asheville-Buncombe Technical College with a Computer Aided Drafting/Design degree in 2019 and began work in Quible’s Western Office as a CAD/Environmental Technician later that year. 

Quincy, his son Reed and dog Remee reside in Black Mountain, where they enjoy spare time exploring rivers, mountains, and the Star Wars Universe!  When not on the trail or in “outer space” Quincy can often be found swinging in a hammock, reading the day away.   One of Quincy’s life-goals is to design and build an Earthship as part of a sustainable homestead on a mountaintop.