D.B. (Doug) Neufeld

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Doug Neufeld, ALS
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1992-present
Known for Served on ALSA Registration Committee and Practice Review Board

As published in ALS News upon receiving his commission in 1992

Doug Neufeld was born in Edmonton, Alberta in 1957. After graduating from Queen Elizabeth Composite High School in 1975, he received a diploma in Civil Engineering from NAIT in 1977 and a B.Sc. in Geography (Survey Science) from the University of Alberta in 1985.

Articles were served under J.K. Smith, ALS from May 1985 to September 1986 and Roy Devlin, ALS from February 1987 to January 1992. The topic of the technical report submitted as part of the qualifying examination was "From NAD 27 to NAD 83: The Impact on Geographic Information Systems and the Land Surveying Profession." Commission as an Alberta Land Surveyor was granted on January 30, 1992.

Doug also holds his CLS commission and is a member of ASSMT. He is a volunteer fitness leader for the YMCA and a member of the NAIT Surveying Technology Program Advisory Committee.

While employed with Stewart, Weir & Co. from 1984 to 1986, he was involved with various types of surveys including subdivision, control, and oilfield related surveys as well as survey computations and specialized software development for survey applications. Doug was employed as city surveyor with the City of Edmonton, involved in control surveys and automated survey system analysis and design, before joining Hamilton & Olsen Surveys.

Leisure activities include cycling, squash, running, piano, and family activities.