Written on May 11, 2021, by Claire Masikewich
Hello, Victoria! We’re pleased to announce we’ve just moved into new office space in Victoria, and while we’d love to have a big, splashy get-together, we can’t because a global pandemic got in our way. Rest assured, we will host an open house, but until then, we’d still love to hear from you. We offer Continue Reading »
Written on May 3, 2021, by Claire Masikewich
GeoVerra’s commitment to success extends far beyond the walls of our facilities and home offices. We are serious about corporate social responsibility and committed to ensuring that our presence is beneficial to the communities in which we operate. Last month we launched an internal campaign, announcing our ongoing employee and community donation/sponsorship program, GV Gives Continue Reading »
GeoVerra achieves high score on COR Audit and reports zero lost time, demonstrating its commitment to safety.
Written on April 27, 2021, by Claire Masikewich
GeoVerra, one of Canada’s largest surveying and geomatics firms, is pleased to announce that they received an outstanding score on the Certificate of Recognition (COR) audit. The external Certificate of Recognition (COR) auditor stated that the company achieved the three year Certificate of recognition Health and Safety Program audit endorsement for Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Continue Reading »
Written on April 23, 2021, by Claire Masikewich
Wade Weaver, director at GeoVerra, has been selected for the Council position of First Vice-President for the Association of Science & Engineering Technologist of Alberta (ASET). Wade Weaver grew up on his family’s farm north of Lloydminster, Alberta. At an early age, he learned all about farming equipment and agricultural tools. He started in construction Continue Reading »
Written on April 13, 2021, by Claire Masikewich
Join us on April 22 at 12:30 pm MST as Project Coordinator Matt Allen presents at the Canadian Association of Pipeline and Utility Locating Contractors (CAPULC) Safety Conference on Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). If you have a stake in underground infrastructure or are a utility owner, this session is for you. GPR: Viewing and Analyzing Buried Continue Reading »
Written on April 8, 2021, by Claire Masikewich
Pipelines are essential infrastructure for the safe and efficient transportation of oil and gas. At GeoVerra, we recognize the safe construction and maintenance of pipeline networks are vital in protecting the public and the environment. That being said, we are proud to be a sponsor at the virtual Banff Pipeline Workshop from April 6-15. If Continue Reading »
Written on March 5, 2021, by Claire Masikewich
We’re pleased to announce we’ve just opened a new office in Kelowna, and while we’d love to have a big, splashy get-together, we can’t because a global pandemic got in our way.
Written on March 1, 2021, by Claire Masikewich
In the early days, we went back and forth and through multiple revisions to develop our brand story. Now, you’d think a brand story would be a fairly easy task as you just tell it how it is, right?
ASET Webinar: Fitting a flat project on a round Earth: Understanding Surveying Controls and Requirements
Written on February 2, 2021, by GeoVerra
Although surveying can at times be considered a small part of projects, improper scope, budgeting, and hired skillset can have a considerable impact.
Written on December 16, 2020, by Claire Masikewich
Edmonton, AB (December 16, 2020) – Throughout December, GeoVerra team members are hand-delivering cheques to 25 food banks across the country. The company is focusing its efforts by giving back to organizations that dramatically impact the communities they serve and have adapted to rapidly changing needs – one being local food banks. “We know it’s Continue Reading »