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B. Surv. (Tas), M.SSSI.

Craig Terry

Craig Terry is a Registered Land Surveyor and has been a Director of PDA Surveyors for more than 25 years. Craig has over 30 years’ experience in all aspects of surveying including mine surveying, engineering surveying, strata subdivision and cadastral surveying. Having been involved in the surveying profession for all of his working life Craig has always sought to contribute to the profession and is currently Chairman of the Institute of Surveyors Tasmania. During his surveying career he has been involved in many very large and complex rural surveys of some of Tasmania’s large rural properties.

Craig has been innovative in a number of large Strata subdivisions and has expert knowledge in strata developments and the ongoing management through Stratum Title Management (Tasmania), a subsidiary company that he manages. Extensive involvement in a number of large estate developments in and around Hobart has given Craig expert knowledge of planning schemes, the planning process, development approvals and project management. Craig is able to provide expert professional advice in any project large or small.

B.Surv. (Tas), M.SSSI.

Alexander (Lex) McIndoe

Lex joined PDA Surveyors in 1980 after completing university in Hobart and working for a year with the then Hydro-Electric Commission survey section. Lex became a Registered Land Surveyor and Director with PDA in 1984 managing the Kingston Office.

Lex has wide experience in all types of surveys including cadastral, engineering, detail and Strata surveys. He has a very broad range of clients including government, local councils, large and small business/developers and private individuals.

Lex has extensive knowledge in dealing with all the relevant authorities to obtain any of the planning permits to undertake any form of development or subdivision.

Lex is also a major supporter of many community and sports organisations at both local and State levels assisting as both a leader and in administration. These include Rotary International, Scouts Australia and Pony Club.

B. Surv. (Tas), M.SSSI.

Hugh Clement

After graduating in 1997 from the University of Tasmania Hugh worked throughout mainland Australia on major infrastructure projects specialising in gas and water pipe line construction. Hugh commenced with PDA Surveyors in 2001 and was registered as a Land Surveyor in September 2007. Hugh became a Director of PDA Surveyors in July 2008 and has had over 15 years’ experience undertaking cadastral and engineering surveys of all types and sizes, with a particular focus on industrial and alignment surveys.

Hugh works from both the Hobart and Huonville offices, providing a local point of contact for clients based in the Huon Valley and further south.

Hugh has been on the board of the Spatial Science Institute and subsequent Surveying and Spatial Science Institute from 2007-2012 including terms as Regional Chair, Treasurer and a National Director. Hugh is also a member of the Institute of Surveyors Tasmania and is has given guest lecturers at the University of Tasmania.

B.Geom. (Tas), M.SSSI.

Adrian Eberhardt

Adrian graduated from UTAS in 2004 with a Bachelor of Geomatics. Adrian gained certification as a Registered Land Surveyor in 2008 under the supervision of former PDA Surveyors Director Brian Rollins. Adrian has been a Director of PDA Surveyors since 2012 and is located in the Burnie Office.

Adrian has experience in all forms of cadastral and engineering surveys and uses his knowledge of modern technologies along with practical experience to gain the desired outcome in the most efficient way.

B.Geom (Tas), M.SSSI.

Matthew Denholm

Matt is a Registered Land Surveyor who joined PDA Surveyors in 2014 and became a partner and company Director in 2017. Based in Hobart, he has over ten years’ industry experience working on a diverse range of surveying and land development projects. Some of these projects include estate developments and subdivisions of all sizes, large scale electricity and road infrastructure projects, precise industrial engineering and alignment surveys, as well as many large-scale construction projects including facilities and plant for heavy industry, and sky-rise commercial buildings.

Whether it is your next land development project, or a masterpiece of modern architecture or engineering, Matt’s extensive range of experience and innovative approach utilising state-of-the-art technology will ensure that your project is delivered to your specification both accurately and efficiently.

Tom Walter

Mark Westerberg


MIE Aust, CP Eng – Civil Engineer

Dean Panton

Dean has retired as a Director in 2017 after being a Director of PDA Surveyors since 1993 and a Chartered Professional Engineer since 1980. Dean will continue on with PDA Surveyors as a consultant.

After graduating from the University of Tasmania in 1975 Dean initially worked in Local Government before working for private companies in Melbourne, UK, Africa and Hobart. Since joining PDA Surveyors in 1992, Dean has been involved in the planning, design and supervision of infrastructure construction for residential and industrial developments throughout Tasmania. Dean has extensive experience in all aspects of municipal engineering and civil design and will ensure that all projects are designed and built to the municipal standards required with the most cost efficient solutions.

OAM, B. Surv. (Tas), M.SSSI.

John Dent

John is a Registered Land Surveyor and has been a director of PDA Surveyors since 2000 after merging with Campbell Smith Phelps Pedley (CSPP) surveyors. John became a director of CSPP in 1985 where he led the firm in the adoption of the new technologies of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), Computer Aided Drafting (CAD) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS), and undertook the first commercial GPS survey in Tasmania in 1989.

John has managed the Launceston office since 2000 and the Deloraine office since 1985. His knowledge of the subdivision provisions in planning schemes ensures his clients have the best chance of obtaining an approval from Council. John was a member of the Surveyors Board for 7 years and was awarded an OAM in 2006 for his extensive involvement with a wide range of community activities. With 30 year’s experience John has developed an extensive knowledge of the subdivision process and is able to assist clients in all aspects of property development.

Anthony Collins

Luke Kiely

Matthew Stratton

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