Geoff Dick is a licensed Land Surveyor in Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan. Geoff’s extensive background has provided him with practical hands-on experience in all facets of surveying. With over 18 years of experience in the surveying industry, Geoff has honed his interpersonal and communication skills working with a vast array of clients to realize their project requirements. Geoff’s knowledge and experience extends across many sectors including power transmission and generation infrastructure, pipelines, oil and gas, mining, defence, land development and subdivisions. Geoff is an active member of the Association of Nova Scotia Land Surveyors, currently serving on Council. He is always happy to take a call and discuss your land surveying needs.

Fully trained in utility locate and ground disturbance best practices, Geoff has managed and executed numerous pre-disturbance surveys for various clients across Canada.



Karen Verney has over 15 years of experience in project and program management in a wide range of multi-disciplinary projects. Involvement in these projects includes project budget controls, scheduling staff, client communication, and reporting.  In addition to operational duties, Karen has organized numerous public consultations and open houses, mediating question and answer sessions, introducing posters and presentations, as well as facilitating a Community Liaison Committee for a project with big impact to a small community. Researching, writing and designing communication materials for distribution to the public and to notify stakeholders of upcoming public consultation activities.


As a seasoned Project Planning Coordinator Karen understands the importance of delivering projects on time and within budget. Her ability to motivate and mentor the project team through effective communication and leadership ensures that these project goals are consistently achieved.


Born to a race track in Daytona Beach, Florida, this fabulous greyhound sprinted to a mediocre record under the name 'Queen of Spade'. With only one win and a banged up leg after twelve races she graciously retired from the track at the age of 2. She was elated to find a home in Nova Scotia with Geoff and Karen. Now living under the code name Lucille she spends her time laying in the sun, monitoring the neighborhood from her window and fending off squirrels from the back yard. She is a terrible worker and only motivated by carrots.  Being not a fan of hard work, nor the rain, you'll never see her on the job site, but rest assured, while our team is hard at work for you, she's at home, napping. She truly is the Queen of Spade.