The Geodetic  Engineers of the Philippines, Inc (GEPI) is a national organization accredited by the Professional Regulations Commission (PRC).



                “A Professional Organization imbued with strength  that is responsive to the needs of its members and general public”



 ” To strengthen our base of associates and pool of linkages in pursuits of our noble objectives and excellence that ultimately promote economic and social benefits”


A professional & organized act of gathering physical data on the surface of the earth with the use of precision instruments, Geodetic Engineering is the scientific & methodical processing of these data & presenting them on graphs, plans, maps, charts or documents. It embraces, but is not limited to:
1.Services with the use of equipment that are used to determine metes & bounds of lands positions of points on the surface of the earth, water depths, underwater configuration, ground elevation, gravity, isostacy, crustal movements & the size & shape of the earth, & other instruments used for construction survey, & those used to guide the installation of large industrial equipment & machineries
2.Horizontal & vertical control surveys & political boundary surveys
3.Land surveys to determine their metes & bounds & prepare the plans thereof for titling & for other purposes
4.Subdivision, consolidation &/or consolidation-subdivision of titled properties
5.Submission of survey plans of subdivided, consolidated and/or consolidated-subdivision titled properties to the government agencies concerned
6.Preparation of sketch, lot & location plans
7.Surveys & the technical preparation of engineering survey plans such as topographic, hydrographic, tidal, profile, cross-section, construction & boundary surveys
8.Parcellary surveys of lands traversed by infrastructure projects & the preparation of subdivision plans
9.Gravimetric & photogrammetric survey & the technical preparation of such survey plans
10.Survey & mapping works such as the preparation of geographic &/or land information system
11.Survey to determine & establish line & grade for the construction of buildings & other structures & its attachments
12.Construction of as-staked & as-built surveys for infrastructures
13.Mineral & mining surveys
14.Installation of machineries requiring the use of precision instruments
15.Engagement in the transfer of the knowledge & technology of GE in any institution of learning


The Geodetic Engineers of the Philippines envisions:

  1. The advancement of knowledge in the practice of Geodetic Engineering
  2. The safeguarding of the professional interest of its members
  3. The fostering and maintenance of high ideals among its members ( moral and professional integrity, conduct, learning and professional competence )
  4. Fellowship and camaraderie among its members
  5. The fostering and cultivation of relationships with national and international professional, technical, academic and scientific groups
  6. Close cooperation with government, non-governmental organizations and other civil society groups in carrying out national development programs and projects.

Taken From the GEP By-Laws, Article 1, Section 3


To achieve the above-mentioned ideals, the Geodetic Engineers of the Philippines will:

  1. Organize, operate and maintain a duly integrated and government accredited national organization of Geodetic Engineers
  2. Formulate, develop and implement continuing and competency-based education and training programs
  3. Enforce the Code of Ethics duly adopted by the organization
  4. Formulate and adopt standards of practice of geodetic engineering
  5. Forge and maintain partnership with government, non-governmental organizations and other civil society groups in carrying out national development programs and projects
  6. Prepare and disseminate learning and other information materials relevant to the practice of the profession and updates on government policies
  7. Acquire assets needed in pursuit of the objectives of the Association
  8. Perform other thrusts consistent with the objectives as in the GEP By-Laws, Article 1, Section 3

Taken From the GEP By-Laws, Article 1, Section 4