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World’s Largest Snow Maze Surveyed
Barnes & Duncan surveyed and created a 3D model the World’s Largest Snow Maze for Certification of the Guinness World Record.
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Barnes & Duncan helps certify Snow Maze Guinness World Record
Buying a Home – What you need to know
Barnes & Duncan has Relocated their Head Office
We are pleased to announce the relocation of our Head office, effective Monday March 19th, 2018, to 6 Donald Street, Winnipeg. The office space will accommodate the continued growth of the firm and the expansion of services that we provide to our clientele.
What you need to know about Title Insurance
CBC consumer reporter reviews title insurance and the benefits of ordering a survey certificate when purchasing a home.
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A century of serving Manitoba’s land surveying and construction industry
Barnes & Duncan has been featured in the Spring 2014 issue of Business Elite Canada Magazine. Read the complete article here >
RRC grad earns national awards for providing IT solutions to remote clients
Christian Korell was featured on website for Red River College Alumni. Learn More >
Barnes & Duncan’s owner Christian Korell participates in RRC billboard campaign
Christian Korell was featured on a billboard campaign for Red River College. Click here to view >
Why you may need a house location survey before you buy
Although this article references the State of Virginia, it is relevant in Manitoba. Click here >
Failure to get house survey can be costly.
Although this article references Toronto, Ontario, it is relevant in Manitoba. Click here >
Introducing TownSuite municipal software
Barnes & Duncan has partnered with Procom Data to provide TownSuite municipal software to Manitoba. To find out how TownSuite software can benefit your community, click here.
Manitoba’s first female Land Surveyor Tricia Christie
Congratulations to Barnes & Duncan employee, Tricia Christie, M.L.S., C.L.S. who recently completed her requirements to become a Manitoba Land Surveyor. Tricia is the first female land surveyor in the 131 year history of the Association of Manitoba Land Surveyors. Congratulations Tricia on being Manitoba’s first female surveyor!!!
Read more in the Winnipeg Free Press article. Click here >
Tricia was also featured in the Manitoba Heavy Construction Association’s magazine Groundbreaker. Click Here >
View the video profile of Manitoba’s first female land surveyor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4vKb37sl5Y