President and Owner
NBLS, NSLS, CLS, QPII
Michael was employed by Rayworth & Roberts Surveys Ltd. in 2004 and became the owner in 2009. Between the years of 2008 and 2010 he received his commission to practice as a Canada Lands Surveyor and obtained a license to practice as a Provincial Land Surveyor in both Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick. During this time he also received a certificate to practice as a QPII which allows him to select and inspect on-site sewage disposal systems. Michael is responsible for the day to day Management of the Company and provides Quality Assurance for all projects taken on by Rayworth and Roberts Surveys.
Manager of Parrsboro Office
ALS, NSLS, CLS, QPII
Original Shareholder, David Roberts graduated from the Nova Scotia Land Surveyors Institute in 1965. He became an Alberta Land Surveyor in 1970, a Nova Scotia Land Surveyor in 1975 and a Canada Lands Surveyor in 1983. He is proficient in all aspects of land surveying and Canadian Law as it pertains to Land Ownership, Business Management, Marketing, Computer Literacy, Geodesy and Satellite Positioning.
NBLS, NSLS, CLS
Original Shareholder, Walter Rayworth graduated from the Nova Scotia Land Surveyors Institute in 1965. He became a New Brunswick Land Surveyor in the same year, a Nova Scotia Land Surveyor in 1972 and a Canada Lands Surveyor in 1983. As a Land Surveyor, he oversees legal, construction, engineering and offshore surveys.
Matt Rochon graduated from the two year survey program at the Centre of Geographic Sciences in 2009. He started work at Rayworth & Roberts in 2008 as a summer student after his first year of survey school. His duties include Legal Surveys, Topographic Surveys, Construction layout and calculations and office work (CAD work and registry research). In 2011 Matt acquired his QPII license from the Department of Environment to perform soil assessments for building lots and septic system selection and placement.
Geomatics Technologist, Party Chief
Articling Land Surveyor
Zackary Ryan graduated from the Center of Geographic Science in 2011 with a 97% average in the Geomatics Technologists Diploma program. He began working with Rayworth & Roberts in the same year. He is involved with all processes of legal surveys, subdivision layouts/design, construction surveys, and topographic surveys. He is currently Articling to become a Nova Scotia Land Surveyor.
L. Rodney Lusby
Rod Lusby, hired in 1998 as a part time Survey Assistant, began working full time as a Junior Party Chief in 2003.
He has professional training and taken courses to be proficient in CPR, Hypothermia and Exposure Safety and Rescue, Power Saw Safety and Municipal Law Code.
Junior Party Chief, Civil Engineering Tech
Shawanoswe Tooley, hired in July 2013 as a Junior Party Chief studied at Humber College in Ontario. His duties are retracing urban, cottage and woodlot boundaries, and performing construction and topographic surveys. Also, in the office he does CAD work, calculations and a number of other duties. He is the company’s Safety Officer and is responsible for implementing our NSCSA approved safety program.