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The first Engineering and Mining Surveying Commission was formed when a number of organizations decided to come together to represent the surveying and spatial science profession and SSI was born. The objective of the new Commission was to be the home for members who were involved or interested in the fields of engineering surveying and mining surveying. This objective carries on till this day. The initial membership base would come from engineering and mining surveyors in WA and Qld.When SSI merged with ISA to form the new SSSI, the Engineering and Mining Surveying Commission would become a new Commission of SSSI.
Queensland announces new policy requiring use of Building Information Modelling on all new government construction projects with estimated capital costs over $50 million.
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The Department of Natural Resources, Mines and Energy has recently issued the Queensland Government Mining Journal. Click here to view.
Please find below information on what is happening at the Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute Engineering & Mining Surveying Commission as of August 2018.