C.A. (Craig) McBride

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Craig McBride, ALS
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1997-present
Known for Member, ALSA Registration Committee and Practice Review Board

As published in ALS News upon receiving his commission in 1997

Craig McBride was born in Vancouver, BC in February 1954. Upon graduating from Kelowna Secondary High School in 1973, he furthered his education by attending BCIT, and graduating with a diploma in Civil and Structural Technology.

Articles were served under Alberta Land Surveyors, W. Kiriak, A.W. Nelson, H.E. Kiel, and B.E. Winton. Commission as an Alberta Land Surveyor was received on March 31, 1997. Craig is a member of the Canadian Institute of Geomatics and in 1995, served on the ALSA GPS Subcommittee.

The topic of the technical report submitted as part of the qualifying examination was "A Proposed System to Upgrade Alberta's Rural Cadastral Mapping Data Using GPS."

Surveying experience includes subdivision surveys, road surveys, and construction surveys from 1976 to 1984. From 1984 to the present, he has been employed by McElhanney Land Surveys (Alta.) Ltd. involved in oilfield surveys, mapping, and GPS surveys.

Running, fishing, hunting, and camping are a few of the things Craig does when he's not working.