Consultancy and Training
Recommendations and Studies
Workshop with the Delegation from the Democratic Republic of the Congo for the finalization of the Prefeasibility Report regarding the Pilot Zones
A workshop was held, with the participation of the delegation from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), in order to finalize the Prefeasibility Report that had been prepared with regards to the works to accomplish in the Pilot Zones. The Congolese Delegation...
Delegation from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and HARMIAD visit Zeki Adlı, General Director of Land Registry and Cadaster
A delegation from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) together with HARMIAD visited Mr. ADLI, Zeki, General Director of Land Registry and Cadaster. During the meeting, the topic of interest was the recent developments in the cooperation between the two...
Meeting with Murat Kurum, Minister of Environment and Urban Planning: Current state of the export of Survey Engineering and Cadastral Services
A meeting was held with Murat Kurum, Minister of Environment and Urban Planning, to discuss the ongoing state of Survey Engineering and Cadastral Services. The meeting was attended by İlyas Şeker (Member of Parliament), Zeki Adlı (General Director of Land Registry and...
Upon an invitation by the Prime Minister's Office of the Republic of Azerbaijan, two members from our Board of Management travelled to Baku for a presentation in front of high-ranking bureaucrats. Memet Duran, Responsible for Foreign Relations, and Bestami Gedik,...
A meeting with the Counsellor of Economic Affairs and Trade Mr. Jeyhun Khalilov was held on Thursday March 4, 2021, at the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Ankara, which allowed a mutual exchange of ideas concerning future projects of cooperation between the...
A meeting was held with the ambassador of the Kyrgyz Republic in Ankara to discuss the co-operative development projects of surveying engineering and cadastral services between the Kyrgyz Republic and Turkey. The first step in setting the project on the right path...
Fields of Activity
This organization represents the business world of Turkish surveyors and strives for a world where entrepreneurs operate in accordance with the universal principles of business ethics, and work towards not only raising the competitiveness and improving the social well-being aspects of the business world, but also increasing employment, productivity, capacity for innovation, as well as the quality and the scope of education.
In an environment where social peace and reconciliation are maintained, HARMIAD contributes to the shaping of countries’ economic policies by making the best use of regional and sectoral potential in said countries, bearing in mind their economic and social developments. We help bring countries to a level of global competition, and help them develop international, political, economic, social and cultural networks. We conduct research, form views, develop projects and organize events in this context to accelerate not only the international integration and interaction, but also the regional and local development throughout the globe.
It is in our best interest that all the public institutions, future governments, deputees and most importantly the public be aware of the strategic importance of our private sector in the development of a country.
We work hard for our private sector to have solid connections and establish powerful relations with the countries all around the globe.
Fields of Work
We work towards creating new business areas in our sector.
Joint Project Management
With our developed private sector, there is a need for workshops related to how we can carry out joint activities abroad together with our public institutions, where our colleagues have taken active roles.
Chairman of the Board of Management of HARMIAD
Human beings are born with three untouchable freedoms. The first is that of living, the second is that of free thought, and the third is that of property. It is with this awareness that we, the pioneers of real estate, act in the field of cadastral mapping and contribute to civilization all over the world.
In order to complete the cadastral works in our country as soon as possible, the private sector was invited to the project, and thus the private-public sector cooperation was established and, with it, Turkey has now become one of the few countries in the world in terms of technological hardware, software and experience, as well as in terms of the high number of experts that it employs. It is of utmost importance for our growing private sector to expand abroad and share its experiences with other countries around the world.