Michael has been a member of the Alexander Symonds team for 16 years. Michael takes on various tasks, including reducing field work and producing plans. He is responsible for field equipment and maintaining a database, as well as maintaining a final marking register when new survey marks are placed. He helps to mentor younger staff.
Michael has been heavily involved with DPTI surveys for over 20 years, from starting out as a field assistant, to carrying out surveys and now project management of DPTI projects.
He is focused on doing the right thing for the company. Michael says that the people are one of the best things about Alexander Symonds, as well as the use of new technology, computers and software.
Michael survived Cyclone Tracy in 1974 in Darwin and subsequently on world record (at the time) Qantas 747 flight 673 people.
- Organising and Supervising Jobs and Junior Staff
- Leica Equipment Management Including Servicing
- Engineering & Construction
Qualifications & awards:
- Tafe Diploma Spatial Information Systems