Lankhout Land Surveying & Geomatics M.L.S. Inc. is led by owner and Licensed Manitoba Land Surveyor Ron Lankhout. We’re a full-service professional, licensed land surveying company that provides geomatics services. We’re based in Oakbank, MB, and we serve all of rural Manitoba, including but not limited to:
Property Surveys and More
We provide numerous surveying and geomatics services. Call us to help with property surveys, topographic surveys, subdivision and more. We strive for maximum accuracy and efficiency by using state-of-the-art equipment and software. We aim for the results of our surveys to precisely reflect our clients’ requirements and wishes, and we work closely with clients to ensure maximum returns on our surveys within established budgetary constraints. Read our FAQ and follow our useful links for more information about land surveys.
Drones for Aerial Surveys
We use drones for aerial imaging and photogrammetry. This technology is revolutionizing the surveying industry, as it allows us to provide terrain mapping with increased speed and affordability. These versatile drones are useful in a range of surveying applications. See our drones in action in our media gallery.
New Job Opening
We currently have an opening for a Junior or Senior Crew Chief. It is a position with immediate availability. For more information please feel free to contact us.
We’re a Proud Member of the Association of Manitoba Land Surveyors (AMLS)
According to the AMLS, a licensed Manitoba Land Surveyor “is the person charged with the responsibility of advising on or determining the location of all corners or boundaries of a property within the province of Manitoba. A Manitoba Land Surveyor’s authority is granted under The Land Surveyors Act, C.C.S.M. c. L60. Land surveyors are professionals with a specialized knowledge of the legal aspects of real property, land use and planning. They have been trained in the mathematical and related sciences appurtenant to their field and are required to meet high standards of qualifications before being authorized to practise. Land surveyors perform work with patience, sound judgement and logical thinking… Only a licensed Manitoba Land Surveyor has the legal authority and expertise to properly define the legal boundaries of a parcel of land either on the ground or on paper.”