Dependable, professional, and dedicated. That’s the difference you’ll see when you work with us. Our professional team of land surveyors and support staff take great pride in providing the highest quality products and an extraordinary level of customer service to all of our clients, backed by our experience and expertise.
No matter the size of your project, our dedicated team is here to serve you.
Tracy R. Rouse, B.Tech., O.L.S., O.L.I.P.
As principal of the firm, Tracy emphasizes the warm, friendly, and responsive service that Rouse Surveyors is known for; coupled with a steely commitment to excellence. Before founding Rouse Surveyors in 2010, Tracy built 13 years of her career at J.D. Barnes Limited. While there she focused on condominium surveys and downtown Toronto redevelopment projects, contributing to her vast knowledge of the Greater Toronto Area. She brings a wealth of experience in residential, commercial, land development, construction, and government projects.
Tracy graduated with a Bachelors Degree in Survey Engineering with Honours from Ryerson University in 1995. She articled to R.J. Visser, O.L.S., C.L.S., receiving her Commission as an Ontario Land Surveyor and Ontario Land Information Professional in 2001.
Lauren E. Dawe, B.Eng.
Lauren discovered her love of surveying during the second year of her studies as a Civil Engineering student, when she took a course on Geomatics. She excelled in this field and broadened her learnings with the help of family, friends, and her neighbour, Bill Buck, O.L.S.
In the summer of 2012, Lauren officially started practicing as a student field technologist for Tracy Rouse, O.L.S. During this time she developed her skills performing cadastral and construction surveys in downtown Toronto and the GTA.
Lauren graduated from Ryerson University in June 2013 with a Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Geomatics option, after which she returned to Rouse Surveyors to pursue her career in land surveying. She is currently articling to Tracy Rouse, O.L.S., and hopes to receive her commission in Fall 2016.