Stephen Marevic is a graduate of Curtin University, a Certified Engineering Surveying Professional and a member of the SSSI. With over 12 year’s experience on some of the most complex and intensive construction Projects in Western Australia, Stephen skills are very highly regarded by those he has worked with. Stephen is skilled in all aspects of construction surveying, earthworks, concrete, structural and marine works.
Stephen has also managed large projects and a survey department with over ten surveyors under direct supervision. Stephen is also works very well within an estimating team, being able to deliver quantities, mass hauls, plans and designs to the estimators and with such vast hands on construction experience can provide invaluable input to a tender submission.
Scott Pollard is a graduate of Curtin University, a Certified Engineering Surveying Professional and member of the SSSI. Scott has over fifteen years experience as a Surveyor, with the last ten years being in supervisory roles.
Scott has always had a hands-on approach and is highly skilled in all aspects of construction surveying. Scott has spent a large part of his career in Management roles where responsibility extended to several sites and up to twenty Surveyors under supervision. His thoroughness, professionalism and people skills are key attributes that have helped him excel as a Surveyor. Scott has vast experience in all aspects of Construction from tender preparation and quantity calculations to management of large projects including machine control, earthworks and structures.
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What our clients say
Alliance Surveying, and in particular Stephen Marevic (Director) has been working on the island for Fremantle Constructions (retaining walls) and Hugh McBride with Leighton Broad (installation of services). Their can do attitude towards getting the project done has made them a pleasure to work with. While other surveyors often create road blocks when issues present with design or onsite problems, Alliance grab the issue and managing its resolution.
Their ability with complex shapes has been proven on the island retaining walls and their all-round competence leaves me to highly recommend Alliance Surveying for undertaking complicated projects.
Bindi Bindi has finally progressed into the pavement phase and we currently have about 6km of subgrade and about 2km of subbase constructed. We have the millimetre system set up on 4 graders which have all done at various times either final trim or detailed balancing of pavements. The subgrade material was very rocky and the survey pick-ups were not a true indication of the what the system could, or could not, achieve. The subbase pickups though I would have to describe as phenomenal, averaging about 1mm low. This is well above what would be considered industry standard and as good as, if not far better than anything I have seen in my 19 years in the industry. I also note that we have had to date zero reworks in either balancing or trimming attributable to the millimetre system.
This result has been achieved by a fantastic level of commitment and problem solving by Cameron, Lachie and Reece to date. Even with the limited support, they have managed to trouble shoot and “debug” this system to make it produce some amazing results. I would like to express my recognition and thanks to the Bindi Bindi survey team for their efforts to date to make this system successful. If we can maintain this incredibly high level of pavement construction it will go a long way to be a highlight in what has been, and still is, a very challenging project.
My thanks again to yourself and the team for the results we have achieved so far.