The Weber Frankiw Team consists of Company Directors and Licensed Surveyors Ashley North and David Weston, Company Director, Office/Planning Manager Scott Vasey, Company Director and Engineering Surveyor Alistair Cameron and Survey Graduate Max Reddy.
Weber Frankiw specialises in Land Divisions, either small scale (1 into 2), or large scale subdivisions, including major developments at Port Vincent, Kangaroo Island, Hindmarsh Island, Willunga, Aldinga Beach, Woodcroft, McLaren Vale and McLaren Flat. They also currently have a major involvement with the Mannum Waters Project.
Our team is happy to answer your queries with no obligation, so feel free to contact Weber Frankiw for advice on any surveying needs you require.
David first started working for Weber Frankiw in 1988 after graduating from the South Australian Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Surveying. David became a Licensed Surveyor in 1992 & has focused mostly on Cadastral Surveying for Weber Frankiw, dealing with every aspect of major projects as well as the smaller land divisions & boundary identification surveys.
Scott began his career with Weber Frankiw in 1998, during the vineyard planting boom, as a Survey Technician. In 2000 he then took an opportunity to learn a new role as a Survey Draftsman. He has since immersed himself into the land division process, providing initial advice and facilitating the division process through to final plan lodgement.
Ashley completed his Bachelor of Geoinformatics and Surveying at the University of South Australia in 1998 and became a Licensed Surveyor in 2009. While working in both Australia (SA, ACT, NSW) and the UK, he gained a wide range of experience including having worked on multi-storey building projects, Engineering surveying, Government road works, Flood mitigation and Licensed Survey work.
Alistair gained his Surveying Qualifications (Advanced Diploma in Spatial Information) from RMIT, Melbourne. After moving to South Australia he has worked on construction sites ranging from Adelaide Airport to the Glenelg to Victoria Square Tramline upgrade. At Weber Frankiw, Alistair has worked extensively on road construction, vineyard set out, building set out, marina construction and many other engineering related projects.
After graduating with Honors in Geology, Max went on to do further study, completing his graduate diploma in Surveying in 2016. He joined Weber Frankiw in 2017.