E.R. (Buster) Davison

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E.R. (Buster) Davison was born in Kentville, Nova Scotia on August 29, 1974. He graduated from Horton District High School in 1992 and went on to receive a Survey Technologist’s Diploma from the College of Geographic Sciences in 1994. A B.Sc. in Geomatics Engineering was received from the University of Calgary in 1999. Buster received his CLS commission on December 10, 2002.

Alberta Land Surveyors S.M. Loeppky and J.W. Van Berkel served as principals from 1999 to 2002. The topic of the technical report submitted as part of the qualifying examination was titled Subdivision Development in National Parks. Commission as an Alberta Land Surveyor was received on November 4, 2002. Buster received his P.Eng from APEGGA in 2003.

Surveying experience includes working for the Nova Scotia Department of Environment as a Field Assistant (1993); Computer Draftsperson and Field Assistant for Can Am Surveys Ltd. in Calgary (1994-1998); Party Chief and Project Manager for Stantec Geomatics Ltd. in Calgary (1999-2003).

Recreational activities include travelling, tennis, skiing, making wine, and cycling.

In 2003, Buster returned to his native Nova Scotia.

Based on information supplied by Mr. Davison, 2005