As a premier professional services firm providing accurate land and engineering surveying in Trinidad and Tobago, VOLTEC specializes in land surveys, volumetric, cadastral and engineering services, earthwork calculation and surveying instruments and supplies.

Based in San Fernando, the company is committed to elevating the standards of professionalism among members of the surveying profession in Trinidad and Tobago and the Caribbean.

The most modern land surveying equipment, tools and supplies are used to constantly upgrade the skills of its staff to meet customer needs.

Under the management of Roger Rajan, (B.Sc., Hons), Voltec strives to deliver its projects to clients in the most effective and beneficial manner possible.


Officially formed in September 1998, VOLTEC had as its early client Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL).

In the 17 years since, its impressive list of clients include NIDCO, NIPDEC, the Programme for Upgrading Roads Efficiency (PURE), the Ministry of Justice, Weldfab Ltd, ArcelorMittal Point Lisas Ltd, and Seven Seas Water Trinidad Unlimited.

International Clients:The global construction services company EllisDon Corporation, New York Stock Exchange-listed global company AECOM, and Canada's IBI-MAAK Inc.


While VOLTEC provides engineering surveys, it has more than 15 years' experience in the area of volumetric surveys. Add to its capabilities stockpile surveys, and large topographic earthwork projects.

For instance, one of the company's major projects was providing topographic earthwork services – more than 14 million cubic metres of earthwork -- over two years on the Labidco Union Estate, La Brea, south Trinidad, to Namalco Construction Services Ltd and Jagmohan and Sons.

With a rich background in topographic and cadastral work, VOLTEC, on recommendation, serviced such international clients as AECOM and MAAK.

The work for AECOM centred around a wastewater management study spanning from Pointe-a-Pierre to Debe and as far east as Ste Madeleine, and involved topographic surveying of roadways and drains in the absence of sewer service.

In the case of Canada-based MAAK Technologies, a study was undertaken to develop pipe-borne water to the southern areas of Bronte, St Charles, Ste Madeleine, Barrackpore and environs.