I.J.P. (Jim) Stuart

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Jim Stuart, ALS
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Mr. Stuart began his survey career in 1976 at McEllhanney Land Surveys. He then went to work for Smith Surveys where in 1980 he received his land surveyor commission. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Stuart started his own company Stuart Engineering & Surveying Ltd, which became SESL Geomatics Ltd.

Mr. Stuart, as principal operable SESL Geomatics for eighteen years, whereupon it was sold to an international survey group called Fugro N.V. Mr. Stuart stayed on as managing director of Fugro/SESL for the next five years.

In December 2004, Mr. Stuart left Fugro/SESL and went to The Global Surveys Group, where he is currently Vice-president of Oilfield Operations.

In addition to his Alberta Land Surveyor commission, Mr. Stuart has a Canada Land Surveyor commission and is a professional engineer.

Mr. Stuart's hobbies include hockey, golf, skiing, canoeing, and fly fishing.