Surveyors are called upon at the very early stages of land development. Surveyors have the expertise to identify the key elements that will allow the land to be developed to greatest advantage. This is followed soon after by a complete survey to measure and define the detail of the land upon which all of the development will be designed.
Surveyors are also there at the end of the project. Surveyors survey the completed land development for compliance and certification, prepare the land transfer plans, and collaborate with the legal profession in the preparation of new land titles.
Surveyors hold a unique position of being able to see, understand, and manage the interaction of all of the surveying, planning, engineering, construction and legal elements throughout the development process better than any other professional consultants.
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Alan Doy has been a part of McKinlay Surveyors since leaving school, becoming a company director in 2003. Alan has expertise in land development and project management, where a clear understanding of the entire process is crucial to minimizing unnecessary delays.
Alan is actively involved in LandSAR and has walked over most of Taranaki as well as most other parts of New Zealand. Whether for surveying or recreation Alan needs very little excuse to get outside and head for the hills.
Alan has 20 years, experience in the land surveying industry with proficiency in Land Development and Subdivision Design, Land Transfer Surveys, and the Resource Management consent process.
Alan Doy is a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor and a member of the Consulting Surveyors of New Zealand.
Originally from Wanganui, Stephen Koning began his surveying career in Hawera, under the expert direction of Hugh Gilberd. Stephen has been based in New Plymouth for the past 10 years, having also worked in Auckland and Hamilton.
With a daughter at Sacred Heart College and son at Francis Douglas Memorial College, Stephen is kept busy with after-school activities and weekend sports.
Stephen has 20 years’ experience in land surveying, with proficiency in Land Transfer Surveys and the Resource Management consent process. He has an attention to detail and a commitment to service that is building a sound reputation and a valued client base.
Stephen Koning is a Licensed Cadastral Surveyor and a member of the Consulting Surveyors of New Zealand.
"The most impressive thing with them is their contact with the local council, and their ability to get on top of the work and get stuff surveyed off, and to the requirements of council. I'd definitely recommend them to others. Their service is excellent."