The firm of Robert C. Thaler Land Surveying Ltd. (Thaler Land Surveying) was incorporated in 1989 and has operated continuously from that date to the present from our office in Bracebridge, Ontario.
The firm provides land surveying services primarily within the District of Parry Sound, the District of Muskoka and the County of Haliburton. The type of services being provided are legal (cadastral) surveys as well as topographic surveys, site plans and construction layout. We have experience in providing all types of legal surveys including the standard Reference Plan, Crown Land Survey, Plan of Subdivision, Condominium Plan, Expropriation Plan and Boundaries Act Plan.
The structure of the firm permits us to be relatively flexible regarding timing and scheduling of work within reasonable timeframes.
Our client base is a variety of public sector agencies, engineering firms, planning consultants, developers, contractors and the general public. The public sector agencies have included the District of Muskoka, Ontario Realty, Hydro One, Public Works Canada, Ministry of Natural Resources, Lakeland Power and various municipalities to name a few. The private sector clients are a broad spectrum of professionals and private individuals.
The principal of the firm is Robert C. Thaler B.A., O.L.S., O.L.I.P who has worked in the land surveying profession for over 40 years and has been commissioned as an Ontario Land Surveyor since 1984.
The majority of this experience has been in the District Municipality of Muskoka, the District of Parry Sound and the County of Haliburton with early experience in and around Thunder Bay in the northwest of the province and Kitchener- Waterloo in southern Ontario. Mr. Thaler graduated with a B.A. in Geography from Wilfred Laurier University (formerly Waterloo Lutheran University).
He completed additional courses pertaining to Survey Sciences at Erindale College, University of Toronto and articled with the firm of Howard M. Graham in Thunder Bay, Ontario. After successfully completing his Articles and passing the rigorous exams set by the Association of Ontario Land Surveyors, he obtained his license to practice as an Ontario Land Surveyor.