Two Inland Rail surveying contractors have won three major awards at the 2023 Excellence in Surveying and Spatial Innovation (EISSI) awards.
The Inland Rail project has won three major awards at the Excellence in Surveying and Spatial Innovation (EISSI) in Sydney, with our surveying contractors, Monteath & Powys, winning two awards for their work on the Inland Rail project and Casey Surveying and Design also taking out an award.
In addition, Tom Casey, from Casey Surveying and Design, Won the Rural Cadastral Surveying award for his work at Carmel Lane, Baradine, in support of the Inland Rail Biodiversity offset requirements.
The EISSI awards, celebrating their 25th year, are hosted by the Institute of Surveyors NSW and the Association of Consulting Surveyors NSW, recognise and acknowledge excellence in the Surveying and Spatial industry and help the industry grow and mature through its achievements in innovation, business, and project management.
“It was great to see our partners Monteath and Powys and Casey Surveying and Design recognized for the passion, hard work and commitment to the surveying industry as a profession and the critical role the industry plays on the development of Inland Rail,” says Program Manager Survey at Inland Rail Mark Pierce.
“The Monteath and Powys Team, headed by Andrew Baker and supported by Brett Kittel, Matthew Jasiulec, David Haasnoot and Drew Butterworth were recognised for their outstanding contribution to the Inland Rail program and innovative approach to Surveying Project Management,” says Program Manager Survey at Inland Rail Mark Pierce.
“We have worked closely with Monteath and Powys on surveying work and are delighted with this recognition,” says Program Manager Survey at Inland Rail Mark Pierce.
“Casey Surveying and Design have undertaken several acquisition-related surveys as part of the Inland Rail Cadastral Surveying Panel, so it is great to see their high caliber of work recognised by the industry,” says Program Manager Survey at Inland Rail Mark Pierce.
“Casey Surveying and Design’s submission was strongly endorsed by the Inland Rail Survey team. Tom’s enthusiasm for the industry and technical abilities enabled him to challenge traditional surveying practices to complete the Surveying requirements,” says Program Manager Survey at Inland Rail Mark Pierce.
“The EISSI awards are a great opportunity for contractors to be recognised for their outstanding achievements across multiple disciplines, and we look forward to supporting and growing the list of achievements by our contractors,” says Program Manager Survey at Inland Rail Mark Pierce.
Source: Inland Rail 2023
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