The IBW Surveyors TeamProfessional staff to meet any surveying need.
Are you interested in joining a team of professionals?
IBW Surveyors does not hire employees – IBW hires teammates. A team player is someone who wants to work with others to get a job done well. A team player never looks for individual glory at the expense of a teammate. A team player has a positive and progressive attitude and is more concerned with the finished product than they are with individual stats.
Crystal Cranch, O.L.S.
PresidentCrystal has had a colorful career in surveying as she grew into the role of President of IBW Surveyors. She started in Alberta designing Forestry Trunk Roads through the mighty Rocky Mountains, living on the land for months at a time.
Business DevelopmentGord studied at the University of New Brunswick and Durham College before starting his career at IBW. Beginning with operating the end of the chain like most everyone else before operating the transit then the crew. Gord now spends his time on complex boundaries and business development while at work.
Dave Comery, O.L.S., B.Sc.
Office Manager, HR ManagerWhether Dave is expertly supporting large developers, designing and creating new communities or calmly mediating fence disputes between neighbours, he provides consistently high quality service to his clients, regardless of the scope of the project.
Dwayne Cummings, O.L.S., B.Sc. Eng
Operations ManagerDwayne is always happy but never satisfied. Loving his work makes him happy, but striving to find better and more efficient ways for IBW to serve it’s clients means he is never satisfied, always feeling that IBW can be better.
Robert Wannack, O.L.S., B.Sc.
Production Manager - IBW WestRob, better known as Robbie, came to IBW with 27 years of surveying experience. His knowledge ranges from overseeing large MTO projects to catering to the needs of local developers. Regardless of the project type or size, Rob knows your project is important and he will deliver.
Ivan Wallace, O.L.S.
Founder, ConsultantWhen Ivan started working for our predecessor firm, Horton and Haynes, in 1956 the Age of Majority in Ontario was twenty one. He had not yet reached that magical age and thus in order to sign his Articles with Graydon Horton, he had to have his father co-sign the Articles.
Kerry Boehme, O.L.S., B.Sc. Surveying
Senior Party Chief
Office Manager - Belleville
Francis Lau, O.L.S.