The legacy of former Head of School of Surveying, George Bennett OAM

George Bennett (centre) and Bruce Harvey (right) taking an early laser scan of the Quadrangle Building as part of George’s design of the Millennium SundialFrom 10 pound pom to surveyor on the Snowy mountain hydro scheme, Woomera rocket range, celestial navigator and Head of the UNSW School of Surveying, George Gordon Bennett OAM has left a lasting legacy at UNSW.

The design of the millienial sundial in the Quadrangle is just one of his lasting achievements along with his many students. George’s diverse life and contributions to the Surveying profession have been celebrated in the Sydney Morning Herald.

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