Company History

Links Surveying staff member on a residential construction site in Perth

Company History

Established in 1996; LINKS Surveying has inspired an enviable, professional culture driven by local knowledge and an enduring commitment to high-quality products.

Today, under the direction of Managing Director Ben Millar, LINKS Surveying continues to grow in response to market demand; delivering best practice that meets and exceeds industry standards.

Central to LINKS’ modern evolution is the incorporation of innovative surveying techniques incorporating GPS Virtual Reference Station (VRS) technology, robotic instrumentation and cutting-edge data management; creating a facility to effectively produce a high level of precision, cost efficiency and rapid turnaround.

In 2012 LINKS Surveying purchased F.R. Rodda & Co.; a company established in 1968 by Frank & June Rodda, and operations from both their Subiaco and Jurien Bay offices are now integrated with LINKS Surveying.

F.R. Rodda & Co. had a lengthy history servicing a wide selection of clients from Perth’s metropolitan area through to the Wheat Belt and Mid-West; including private developers, mining and oil companies, Commonwealth, State Government and local authorities.

LINKS Surveying’s project history demonstrates extensive experience in residential and commercial developments, engineering projects, staged subdivisions and commercial centres.

From sizeable property development to first time developers; large-scale construction to home builders – LINKS Surveying provides market-leading services to suit all needs.

Key projects LINKS Surveying has worked on include:

  • CY O’Connor 200-lot staged subdivision
  • Perth’s residential building industry
  • Christmas Island Immigration Processing Centre
  • Hill Crest Apartments
  • Port Hedland PACE & RGP2 Projects
  • Jurien Bay Jetty
  • El Caballo Resort & Lifestyle Village

The team at LINKS Surveying is committed to the future growth and development of Australia’s surveying industry and are active members of many industry bodies, including the Western Australian Institution of Surveyor

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