From left: Ms. Marcia Prince-Assam, Mr. Winston Doyle, Mr. Michael Samms, Mr. Esric Huggins, Mr. Marlon Jackson, Mr. Nigel Ramsey, Mr. Shiva Kissoon,
Mr. Lenny Hanomansingh, Mr. Stephen Joseph Affoo, Mr. Abraham Derry, Dr. Sunil Lalloo, Ms. Dinelle Ramkoon.
Absent: Mr. Kamal Sant, Ms. Marlene Agge, Mr. Rudranath Maharaj, Mr. Nicholas Westmaas.

About Us

The Institute of Surveyors of Trinidad and Tobago (ISTT) was established as a non-governmental organization in 1996 upon the amalgamation of the Land Survey Association, Quantity Surveyor's Society of Trinidad and Tobago and ProVal (the Association of the Valuation Surveyors). The Institute plays a pivotal role in providing the Minister with responsibility for Lands and Land Surveying advice on several types of nominees that enable the enactment of the Land Surveyors Act 33 of 1996 (Act).

The ISTT membership is comprised of professionals in the fields of Valuation Surveying, Quantity Surveying and Land Surveying. Land Surveying also includes the sub areas of hydrography, engineering, cadastral and land management, photogrammetry, cartography and geodesy.

The ISTT provides for the registration of Full Members, Associate Members, Student Members and Honourary Life Members who are engaged in the various levels in the profession of surveying within the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. It also serves as the main stakeholder representing local surveying professionals and provides training, dissemination of information to the public and advice to both surveyors and the public.

The institute is run by a Committee of Management, elected from its Full Members on an annual basis.

Highlights of the Faculty of Engineering - Awards Ceremony 2018

Faculty of Engineering 2018 Dean's Honour Roll Recipients
Prince & Associates Prize Recipient - Elvin Forte
Institute of Surveyors of Trinidad & Tobago Prize Recipient -Veroon Ramroop
GISCAD Limited Prize - Recipient - Chandoy Moses

Upcoming events

Caribbean Land Conference 2019
The ISTT in collaboration with CASLE and RICS presents the Caribbean Land Conference 2019 on October 10-11, 2019 entitled “Surveying best practice toward the sustainable development of Caribbean SIDS”.   The aim of this conference is to critically examine the impact of Surveying best practice toward Caribbean development. This conference would seek to address such issues relating to land in the Caribbean by highlighting the nature and form of the relevant problems and proposing approaches to dealing with these issues.