The team at Parker Scanlon enjoyed a wonderful summer break and are currently gearing back up for a hot season ahead.
We hope you all had a happy and safe start to the new year.
Staff of Parker Scanlon embraced the "decorate your work space in a Christmas theme" competiton, judged by one of Santa's helpers.
The take up was a little slow at first but hit fever pitch just before yesterday's 5.00pm cut off.
Lots of fun was had and will continue to be had in this hard working and festive office.
Parker Scanlon were involved in the soil collection program for a number of school sites around the local district. These soil samples are now in the Hall of Service (Hyde Park, Sydney) recognising the 1701 NSW towns, cities and districts given as a place of residence by enlistees to the First World War.
Parker Scanlon are proud to donate their surveying services to support Mcdonald Jones Build for a Cure.
This year Mcdonald Jones Build for a Cure has embraced the challenge of constructing a four-bedroom home in 21 days in the wonderful Hunter Region of Medowie.
Parker Scanlon is proud to be nominated as a finalist in the 2018 HIA Business Partner Award.
The HIA Business Partner Award recognises those running small to medium sized businesses within the residential building industry working in the areas of office management, customer service, sales, marketing and/or finance.
Photo of the Month for August takes us off the beaten track to a powerline easement running through the bushland of Belmont, where our survey team were assigned the task of finding and remarking the boundary corners originally surveyed nearly 100 years earlier.
The July Photo of the month comes from an industrial shed in St Marys, Sydney. Surveyor Joseph is performing a precision monitoring survey to determine the stresses placed on a new train carriage as it is tested through different elevations.
Last month's Photo of the Month was snapped by Jeremy at Cells River in the upper Manning Valley.
Jeremy and Surveyor Joeseph completed a survey of a large rural lot and still managed to find time to enjoy the scenery!
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