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InMotion Consulting is the recognized business partnership of Josh Modglin, Kevin Clark, and associates.

A little history


Josh Modglin View Josh Modglin's profile on LinkedIn

Josh Modglin began working in construction in his teens giving him the opportunity to work on construction projects all throughout the southeast U.S. and even in the Caribbean. He became an ACI Certified Flatwork Finisher. Because of his past, the natural transition was to Civil Engineering. Since graduating in 1996, Josh has had the privilege of working - through differing stages - on hundreds of varied development projects around the world.

To be efficient at design meant being well trained and working with the best. As the years progressed, Josh began providing more and more CAD Management. It was not long until he was employed as a CAD Manager. This became a true love for Josh - being able to help others use software to accomplish Civil Engineering Design. This love for the work showed as Josh won multiple national awards for the training articles written and customization provided.

Josh started with AutoCAD Release 12, progressing to Eagle Point, dealing with AutoCAD Release 13, seeing the light with AutoCAD Release 14 and Softdesk 7, beginning to customize with Land Desktop 2000, losing hair on a production project using Civil 3D 2005, and now building .Net applications for AutoCAD Civil 3D 2014.

Kevin Clark View Kevin Clarks's profile on LinkedIn

Kevin Clark has been working in civil site engineering for 11 years. He has worked on residential, commercial, retail, industrial, recreational, multi-use and public buildings site projects. In his years working with different firms he has also been CAD manager and user support for AutoCAD and Civil 3D.

Kevin started his career in 1999 after graduating from Southern Polytechnic State University. His first projects were commercial and public projects within the Atlanta metro area. He learned the permitting procedures and departmental contacts within all the Metro counties and cities by working with projects in these jurisdictions. In the coming years Mr. Clark worked on projects from large budget facilities such as Bobb Dodd Stadium at Georgia Tech to smaller project with tight budgets like Dunwoody United Methodist Church. A major focus of Mr. Clark's career during 2002 to 2005 was educational facilities. During this time he worked on school projects in Athens-Clarke, Dekalb, Greene, and Fulton Counties.

In 2005 Kevin started learning the newest way to do land development by using Autodesk Civil 3D. He quickly took to this way of designing and has continued to improve his skills with Civil 3D. In 2007 he implemented Civil 3D in the company he was working for at the time. Although Mr. Clark had done CAD management and AutoCAD and Land Development implementation before in his career, Civil 3D presented a great challenge. The technology was still gaining foot hold in the industry and required hands on experience with the product to determine the best uses and practices for the users.

Also in 2007, he became a branch office manager and received his professional license. Kevin gained experience with managing an office with 15 people including engineers, designers, and surveyors. As part of his responsibilities Kevin was also required to join the companies business development ventures. During this time he met with many city, county, and state officials within the Northwest Georgia region as well as contractors and other design professionals in the area.

Kevin is a firm believer in out of the box thinking and providing client services but creating relationships with his clients. He will go to any length to make sure his work is always beyond expectations.

Currently Kevin resides in Bartow County, Georgia with his wife Stella and five kids, ages 4-13. His interests are computers, social media, hiking and geocaching.

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