Land Surveyor

Alberta Land Surveyors are dedicated to the practice of land surveying for the protection of the public and administration of the profession. Area of expertise includes Real Property Reports, property line determination, fence line placement, right of way routing, real estate surveys, construction surveying, land surveyor consultation and advice, energy sector projects, infrastructure in urban and rural settings.

At Third Rock Geomatics, we are a team of Professional Land Surveyors and Geomatics Experts, dedicated to high-quality customer experiences, which are personal and authentic.

We are a technology-enabled team of seasoned pros who thrive in productive environments and know how to get the job done. We will always be a young company free of the burdens of big-corporate overhead and needless restrictions.

From the Pacific to the Arctic to the Atlantic, we are Canadian, forged through years of working in the elements, from +40°C to -55°C in regions across this great country!

At the heart of Third Rock Geomatics is a desire to contribute to the greater good, to give our clients the benefit of our decades of experience, and to embrace the adventure of modern technology.

Third Rock is part of a new generation in Geomatics achieving high-speed delivery through revolutionary technology and empowered project management, with your goals as ours.

The Third Rock Process: The three most important rules for solid Project Management and Delivery are Process, Process, & Process! From your initial contact with the Third Rock Team, you will experience a measured approach to consultation, planning, and execution.

Spot the Bylaw Infraction – Corner Lot URW

By |2020-04-02T14:34:11-06:00October 10th, 2019|

How to Spot a Bylaw Infraction because a brand new house can’t have any issues, right? Can you see it? A Real Property Report will show what would otherwise be invisible. Modern subdivisions often have a 3.5m Utility Right of Way along the front. In the property pictured here, the right of [...]

Spot the Bylaw Infraction – Overland Drainage

By |2020-01-15T11:48:41-07:00September 24th, 2019|

How to Spot a Bylaw Infraction Okay, this is an easy one. Placing a shed directly over a drainage swale might seem like a good use of space. However, building anything over that Right of Way contravenes the conditions placed on this piece of land. If there is a swale present, you should [...]

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