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Land Surveyors

No. First Name Last Name Contact Member Type Division
0003 Sasha Addo 620-6655 ©  652-1314 (W/F); 657-7200 (H) Member Land
0009 Seymore Alfred 639-4845 (W); 639-6140 (F) 778-1222 © Member Land
0010 Anwar Ali   Member Land
0012 Ric Javed Ali 763-7421(C); 623-4221(W); 623-5874 (F) Member Land
0020 Derek Arjoonsingh 735-7159 (C); 656-2083 (H) Member Land
0025 Shivanand Balgobin 753-7764 Member Land
268 Vishal Balraj 794-6669 Member Land
0031 Cuthbert Bazil 684-3888 / 461-8108 632-1330(H) Member Land
0032 Reynold Bhikarry 653-1886 (H); 754-9276 ©(W) Member Land
0260 Reshma Bhola 702-9575 Member Land
0033 Shane Bickraj 290-0912 cell Member Land
0034 Colvin Blaize 678-8171 Member Land
0037 Sudesh Botha 626-5153 Ext. 248 (W) 374-8145 (C); 636-4241 (H) Member Land
0042 Gerard Buchun 767-3553 (C); 693-2443 (H) 623-4663 Ext 5510 (W) Member Land
0043 Gillian Burkett 766-6018 (C); 638-2431 (H) 359-3125 - cell Member Land
0046 Rondell Cardinez 680-9331 (C) Member Land
0048 Michael Chan Chow 681-9403 © 627-6102 (W); 665-8155 (H) Member Land
0049 Dale Chang Kin Kee 312-5001 Member Land
0050 Ainsley Charles   Member Land
0054 Amarnath Chinchamee 642-8888 Ext 26120(W) 662-8111 (H); 497-6707 © Member Land
0060 Chrystal Davis cell - 6866034 Member Land
0061 Dexter Davis   Member Land
0065 Roopchand Deonanan   Member Land
0066 Rawle Derrick 678-8363 Member Land
0070 Winston Doyle 681-9684 ©, 649-5500 (W); 642-6816 (H) Member Land
0071 Paula Drakes 646-4720 (W/H); 692-2260 (F); 756-8830 (C)  Member Land
0073 Cheryl-Ann Elder 624-1568 (W); 657-2119 (H) 788-2115 © Member Land
0080 Andre Felix 751-5719 Member Land
0083 Ron Gajadhar 680-7041 Member Land
0087 Curtis Gokool 681-0391 © Tel: 636-0416 (W) 665-4662 (H) Member Land
0090 Ian Grant   Member Land
0092 Charisse Griffith-Charles         682-8730 (C) Member Land
0096 Darren Hamid 627-9201 (W) 686-0397 (C); 624-5982 (F) Member Land
0098 Lenny Hanomansingh 652-1314 (W); 620-4777 (C) Member Land
0100 Dexter Heerah 665-9504 (H); 682-8946 (C) Member Land
0102 Barry Hernandez 221-7202 (H); 685-8637 © Member Land
269 Marcus Jackson 488-2248 Member Land
0259 Richelle Jeremie 776-3658 Member Land
0112 Ronnie Kantasingh   Member Land
0115 Fariyal Khan   Member Land
0120 Trevor Koylass 672-6010 (W); 665-8402 (H) 686-6542 (C) Member Land
0122 Pritam Kumarsingh 646-1833 (H); 735-2961 (C) Member Land
0124 Sunil Lalloo 336-3245 Member Land
0135 Geoffrey Long   Member Land
0257 Amrish Mahabir   Member Land
0142 Bhaghirathi Maharaj 663-8412 (H); 681-2671 © 627-9201 (W); 624-5982 (F) Member Land
0242 Rudranath K. Maharaj 784- 2875, work - 649-5500 ext. 6344 Member Land
0144 Shri Maharaj 752-8856 (C); 652-5091 (H); 653-7753 (F) Member Land
0231 Martika Mapp 396-0197 Member Land
0154 Iqbal Mohammed 672-4076 (H); 763-8050 © 360-8050(C);  Member Land
0155 Naieem Mohammed 636-4662 (W); 679-2384 (F); 636-1175 (H) 480-8114 (c Member Land
0157 Nicholas Mookram   Member Land
0170 Christian Persad 6-76-6351 (H); 356-4715 © 638-3244 (W); 638-3813 (F) / 776-1699 Member Land
0258 Kishore Persad 673- 1831 (home) / 317-1023 / 480-4096 622-5646 Member Land
0171 Shervon Phriday 644-2497(H),799-5825© , 339-3934 Member Land
0178 Darryl Ragoopath   Member Land
0179 Roger Rajan 678-6763 © / 290-0911 / 652-0514 (W); 657-3162 (H) Member Land
0180 Rikki Rajaram   Member Land
0182 Winston Ramcharan 678-9409 (C); 667-0794 (H) Member Land
0183 Ganeshdath Ramcharitar 671-4030 (W); 640-5954 (H); 620-6008 (C)  Member Land
0185 Sarita Ramdhanie   Member Land
0188 Dinelle Ramkoon 466-8446 ( C) 623-4221(W); 623-5874 (F) Member Land
0190 Bheshem Ramlal 662-2002 Ext 82108 (W)  735-4235 ©;  Member Land
0191 Kapil Dev Ramlall 689-8969/ 302-6032 Member Land
0198 Melissa Ramsaran 351-5953/ 290-0910 Member Land
0200 Sugjage Reemaul 624-1568 (W); 638-7983 (H)  483-2649 (C)  Member Land
0201 Fitzherbert Reyes 624-1517 (W); 642-1230 (H) 680-8967 © Member Land
0208 Kamal Sant 662-4109 (W); 685-3747 (C) Member Land
0212 Keith Scott 788-6538 Member Land
0214 Charles Second 624-0811 (W); 626-3896 (F) 381-6937 / 780-5721 © Member Land
0217 Rishi Seetaram   Member Land
0227 Suresh Sookbir 723-3369 Member Land
0224 Jamal Sookoor 649-5500 (W); 647-4277 (H); 701-6936 (C)  Member Land
0228 Michael Sutherland 662-2002 Ext 82564 (W) 662-2002 Ext 2566 (F) 473-5541 (C) Member Land
0239 Nicholas Westmaas 627-9201/4 (W); 357-3520 (cell) 688-9602 © Member Land
0240 Burton Williams 638-3865 (W); 638-2981 (F); 680-9952 (C)  Member Land
0245 Shane Wilson 785-5661©, 653-0228(H) 636-4662 Ext 2259(W) Member Land




Land Surveying in Trinidad and Tobago



In Trinidad and Tobago, land surveying" means any process of determining, mapping or planning the position of or locating a point, a parcel of land, a body of water, or a structure, in relation to survey marks or any other structure whether manmade or natural or determining, mapping or planning the dimensions or form of a parcel of land or body of water.


Land Surveyors carry out a multitude of surveys as part of the land development process. Surveying encompasses the specialized fields of hydrography, engineer surveying, cadastral and land management, photogrammetry, geodesy or cartography.


Development is defined in the Town and Country Planning Act as the act of sub-division of land. All legal transfer of land title requires that a sketch or plan accompany the registered document or instrument of the transfer. The cadastral plan provides a unique description of the subject of the transfer and identifies any physical encumbrance or hinderance that may affect the use of the land. Cadastral plans must be signed by a duly authorized officer called a Trinidad and Tobago Land Surveyor or historically called a Licensed Surveyor, and must be registered with the Director of Surveys.



The Cadastral Surveying


A cadastral Survey is the definition of land boundaries for the purposes of ownership or transfer of ownership of land. ('cadastral surveying" means determining the form, contour, position, area, shape, height, depth or nature of any part of the earth or of any natural or artificial features, and the position, length, and direction of bounding lines on, below or above any part of the earth for the purposes of making legal plans defining boundaries and registering land or documents with appropriate authorities. This type of survey can only be executed by a TTLS. In commissioning a cadastral survey care should be taken to ensure that you are dealing with a person registered as a TTLS.



Engineering Surveying


An Engineering Surveyor is the professional who practices in the fields of Data Collection and Setting-Out. The Draft Land Surveyors Code of Best Practice (2000), provides the guidelines for the conduct of engineer (Click here). Engineering surveys cover a wide cross-section of infrastructure projects in the built environment such as roads, buildings and drainage infrastructure.



Hydrographic Surveying


Hydrographic data is important for coastal zone management, environmental monitoring, resource development (including hydrocarbon and mineral exploitation), legal and jurisdictional issues, ocean and meteorological modelling, engineering and construction planning, intercoastal tidal and many other uses. Hydrographic surveys provide mapping of coastlines and waterways to ensure safe passage/navigation and frequently have to meet international standards such as the “IHO Standards for Hydrographic Surveys, Special publication No. 44”.



Photogrammetric Surveys


Photogrammetrists utilize data acquired from remotely sensed platforms such as aircraft, drones, satellites and other sensors in the visible and non-visible spectrum to produce survey reports and maps. An “Aerial Survey” means the collecting of information about land or marine topography or resources through the use of airborne vehicles, equipped with recording devices such as cameras, scanners or other recorders utilising any electromagnetic medium. This type of surveying maps large areas where individual surveys via cadastral and engineering means may not be practical.



Geodetic Surveys


Geodesy is the science of accurately measuring and understanding three fundamental properties of Earth: its geometric shape, its orientation in space, and its gravity field, as well as the changes of these properties with time. Geodetic measurements are made using a variety of satellites, ground-based sensors and receivers, laser ranging devices, radio beacons, radio telescopes, and data-integration methods—a set of tools collectively known as the precise geodetic infrastructure. The geodetic infrastructure provides accurate information about fundamental properties of the Earth as they change over time. Geodetic networks enable piecemeal mapping and surveys to be woven into a seamless surface to cover the national and international scale.