Accreditation of Engineering Surveyors

ISNSW has developed a scheme for accreditation of engineering surveyors in various types of surveys in which they can demonstrate competence. Accreditation is open to surveyors holding a Diploma in Surveying, or recognised equivalent, and having at least two years satisfactory practical experience in surveying after graduation.

Eligible surveyors may apply for accreditation by lodging an application nominating the type of survey they wish to be accredited for, together with a report setting out their experience and training. They will then be interviewed and examined by a panel of three members having expertise in the type of survey nominated.

Following is a list of types of surveys for which an Engineering Surveyor may be tested for competency. This list is not exclusive and may be added to by candidate’s requests.

  1. Detail surveys including control survey.
  2. Set out surveys for road design and construction.
  3. Set out surveys for sewer & major water design.
  4. Work as Constructed surveys for roads & drainage.
  5. Work as Constructed surveys for sewer & major water infrastructure.
  6. Earthworks surveys for volume calculations.
  7. BCA Class 1 Building set out from cadastral boundaries established by a Registered Surveyor.
  8. Major Building Set out from cadastral boundaries established by a Registered Surveyor.

 A fee of $350 will be charged for a competency assessment, with an additional fee of $100 for each additional type of survey assessed concurrently. It will also be necessary to be, or to become, a member of ISNSW, as the annual CPD requirement will be necessary to maintain accreditation.

The scheme has been discussed with senior representatives of RMS and it meets their requirements for major projects, and will also satisfy other authorities such as Councils, therefore Engineering Surveyors holding this accreditation should be able to work on all such projects.

Finally, we need members with expertise in any of the above surveys to examine candidates by interview, so if you would like to volunteer please contact the Institution office to register your name and type of survey. It is not anticipated that a great deal of time will be involved and there will be compensation for your time available from the fees charged to the applicants.

Forms for Accreditation:
Form 1
Form 2
Form 3

List of Accredited Engineering Surveyors:

NAME ACCREDITED FIELDS OF EXPERTISE

DATE OF ACCEDITATION

Martin Elliott
  1. Detail surveys including control survey.
  2. Set out surveys for road design and construction.
  3. Work as Constructed surveys for roads and drainage.
  4. Earthworks surveys for volume calculations.
  5. BCA Class 1 Building set out from cadastral boundaries established by a Registered Surveyor.
  6. Major Building set out from cadastral boundaries established by a Registered Surveyor (limited to 8 storeys).

19th November 2018

Keith Hannaford
  1. Detail surveys including control surveys.

18th May 2018

Marek Kubuj
  1. Detail surveys including control surveys using land based methods excluding remote sensing and definition of cadastral boundaries.
  2. Work as constructed surveys for road and drainage for urban subdivisions.
  3. Building set-out for construction projects limited to 3 storeys in height from cadastral boundaries established by a registered surveyor.

6th October 2017

Ryan Sammut
  1. Detail surveys including control survey.
  2. Set out surveys for road design and construction.
  3. Set out surveys for sewer and major water D & C.
  4. Work as Ex. Surveys for roads and drainage.
  5. Work as Ex. Surveys for sewer and major water.
  6. Earthworks surveys for volume calculations.
  7. Building set out BCA class 1 and major works (limited to 5 storeys where control can be obtained from external visible marks).

18th May 2018

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