We have operated in McLaren Vale since 1980 and provide state-wide surveying, planning and development services.
Company Directors, Licensed Surveyors and Land Division Consultants David Weston and Ashley North, and Company Director and Engineering Surveyor Alistair Cameron head the Weber Frankiw team.
We specialise in land divisions, either small-scale (1 into 2) or large-scale subdivisions, as well as small to large-scale engineering projects. These include but are not limited to road set out, detail and contours, as-constructed and set out surveys.
We have worked on major developments and projects at Port Vincent, Kangaroo Island, Hindmarsh Island, Willunga, Aldinga Beach, Woodcroft, McLaren Vale, McLaren Flat and Hackham. We also have significant involvement with the Mannum Waters Marina and Residential Project.
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Meet our team
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 and has focused mostly on Cadastral Surveying for Weber Frankiw, dealing with every aspect of major projects as well as the smaller land divisions and boundary identification surveys.
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, major and minor land divisions, boundary surveys, engineering surveying, government road works, and flood mitigation surveys.
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 development, Murray River flood mitigation, Mannum Waters marina project and the Glenelg to Victoria Square Tramline upgrade. Alistair began working at Weber Frankiw in 2006 and has worked extensively on road construction, vineyard set out, building set out, marina construction and many other engineering-related projects, and is a CASA-certified drone pilot.
Andrew graduated in the Bachelor of Geospatial Science and Surveying in 2021. He joined Weber Frankiw in 2022 and has been involved in a variety of projects from major land divisions to boundary surveys. He has begun his journey to become a Licensed Surveyor by commencing his Licensing agreement with the Board of Surveyors.
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, gained his licence in 2022 and is currently focussed on Cadastral Surveys, particularly skilled in rural areas.