What is the Role of a Land Surveyor?

“The role of the land surveyor is to show where boundaries are truly positioned on the ground, but each surveyor can only do this as an expression of his opinion on the evidence that is ascertainable in paper records and physical things which may be found at the site of the parcel.

Perfection would be identity of the ground features and the title record, the concurrence of all opinions, an absolutely stable human settlement and a stable landscape. But moving waters erode shorelines, bulldozers remove survey posts, time wastes other marks of parcel limits, and man has a penchant for expansion beyond his boundaries.”

Preface, Boundaries and Surveys, David W. Lambden and Izaak de Rijcke (1985).

Our Team

Serge Bernard, P.Eng., PEILS

President and Land Surveyor

Brian Fleming, MSc

IT/Geomatics Technician

Dave MacLeod

Field Technician

Janet McGarry

Office Manager

We pledge

We will honor the spirit and intent, as well as the requirements, of the applicable rules or code of professional conduct for our jurisdiction, and we will encourage others to do the same.