Are you looking for Land Surveyors/Land Development Consultants/Planners for your project?
We are a team of 25 enthusiastic and innovative Land Surveyors, Planners, and Civil Engineers with Offices in Pukekohe, Auckland, Tairua and Hamilton. With 28 years in the business, we have developed good relationships with, and work closely with contractors, architects, solicitors, housing companies, and local Councils. The links on this page provide further details on the Company and why we have been so successful.
Whats new in Birch Surveyors.
We are pleased to announce we have recently appointed Ben Frank as Office Manager in our Penrose office. Ben is a graduate from Otago and has been with the Company for over 4 years and leads a team of 5 professional staff in our Auckland office. We have also recently appointed a Business Development Manager who will be based in Auckland and provide technical support to the team but with responsbilities to develop new opportunities across the Company. In Hamilton we are pleased to have recently moved in new premises in Tristram Street, Whitiroa. This provides additional opportunites for growth and is in a very pleasant ground floor location adjacent to Waikato Stadium with plenty of adjacent parking
Are you looking for an exciting career opportunity?
For our Auckland office we are keenly seeking applications from a Senior or Intermediate Planner with the necessary skills and attributes to take a lead role in a range of developments. Your urban design and contract administration skills will provide you with a range of exciting work. If you are looking for your next opportunity have a look whats on offer.
We are also keen to employ additional Surveyors, Engineers,and Planners in Auckland and Pukekohe. And are looking for a Survey graduate for our Hamilton office. For information and contact details go to positions available under the About Us page for details, or click here for a link
Do you need more information about land development and subdivision?
Contact our Surveyors and Planners for free initial consultations. If you prefer to read articles about land development and subdivision, since 1989 we have been publishing relevant articles in the local press and our website provides an index for the last five year’s articles and a link to the most recent article.