The Institution of Surveyors NSW considers it imperative that it promotes surveying excellence and the contribution surveying makes to the economy and community. Our award programs seek to identify, recognise and reward outstanding achievement, eminence in the practice of surveying, and conspicuous service to the profession.
NSW Excellence in Surveying
Representatives from the Association of Consulting Surveyors NSW and the Institution of Surveyors NSW have come together to organise the NSW Excellence in Surveying and Spatial Information Awards. Now in its 20th year, this awards night recognises the achievements of organisations and individuals from across the state who are engaged in the surveying and spatial information industry.
We encourage all participants to attend the Awards Night with fellow staff, clients and partners. Category winners receive a framed certificate recognising their achievement and have the opportunity to win the Sir Thomas Mitchell Award for most outstanding overall project.
There are many benefits to participating in the awards process for the 2017 EISSI Awards night, with the main being that it underlines to potential and current clients your professionalism and leadership within the industry.
EISSI Winners of 2016
Sir Thomas Mitchell Award
Professional of the Year
Young Professional of the Year
University Student Project of the Year
The Grant Kilpatrick TAFE Student of the Year
Environment and Sustainability
People and Community
Innovation and Commercialisation
Rural Cadastral Surveying and Land Titling
Urban Cadastral Surveying and Land Titling
The John Haydon Cardew Prize is made to the author of a paper which, in the opinion of the Committee, is of great value to the surveying profession and reflects special credit on the contributor either on account of originality or any special circumstances connected with the author or the paper submitted. Papers may be submitted for the award from those presented at a general meeting of the Institution or one of its Groups, submitted to the annual Excellence Awards, or published in either 'Azimuth' or a professional surveying publication, and the competition is open to all members and students of the Institution of Surveyors NSW Inc.
The James Kirkwood Curdie Prize is made for a meritorious paper by a member of the Institution of Surveyors NSW Inc. that has been presented at a General Meeting of the Institution or one of its Groups; or a professional Congress or seminar, or published in either 'Azimuth' or a professional surveying publication, on any aspect of land or resource planning, development, management or use.
The Halloran Fund is not a specific prize fund, but it can be used for a variety of purposes. For example, prizes have been awarded from this Fund in recognition of services to the profession in a particular sphere.
Eligible persons are Fellows of The Institution of Surveyors NSW or a distinguished person (non-member). From their position they will have, or are rendering conspicuous service to the Institution in carrying out its aims, or are pre-eminent in the science of surveying, or whom the Committee wishes to honour for conspicuous service or in recognition of an outstanding achievement.