- Engineering Surveying
- GPS Surveying
- Topographic Surveys
- GIS Data Collection
- 3D Laser Scanning
- Pipe Line Surveys
- Monitoring Surveys
- Traffic Survey
- Gate Level Computation & Fixing
- Demarcation Surveys
- GPR Underground Utility Survey
- As-Built Surveys
- Update Surveys
- Measured Building Surveys
- Volumes calculations
- Stockpile surveys
- Cut/Fill calculations
- Areas calculations
- Precision positioning
- Traffic surveys
- Setting-out for construction
- Dimensional control
- Pile setting-out
- Land parcel surveys
- As-built record surveys
- Site engineering surveys
GPS (Global Positioning System) Surveying is the most advanced positioning and data recording technology available to the Land Surveyor today. Using available Satellites (Minimum 4), the Receivers record satellite signals and internal receiver software, sub-centimeter accurate horizontal and vertical positioning data is provided about any point or feature. This data can be related either to the National Grid Co-ordinate system or to your project’s own Local Grid.
When developing or redeveloping a property the architect / engineer / planner requires an accurate and comprehensive map of the site, indicating a wide array of relevant information. Exact ground elevations, roads, buildings, utility services, trees and significant landscape and drainage features are all indicated on a Topographic Survey. The map is produced according to strict requirements outlined by the municipal, county and other regulations. Our topographical surveys are carried out in accordance with the standard ‘topographical survey specifications’ as set by the Survey Department of the Concerned Municipality.
GIS software adds intelligence to spatial data, whether the data is generated in the field with GPS or remotely with lidar and photogrammetry. You can enter raw data, measurements, and field sketches directly into the GIS, enabling you to efficiently manage your data in a geodatabase with other spatial information.
Laser scanning is a relatively new technology, having been used as a precise survey instrument only since 1998. Now, it is quickly becoming the new industry standard as a way to make very accurate measurements in complicated environments. This is precisely why using this technology is the best solution for measuring as-built conditions inside buildings. The Latest Model in 3D scanner we have available here is the FARO Focus3D X 330, High Definition Scanner.
We undertake monitoring surveys to identify movement or deformation in any environment using precise digital levels, movement detectors, precision survey instruments and high accuracy reflector-less total stations. We can map small changes in vertical movement, level and horizontal movement or full 3D XYZ coordinate differences in either real-time or over long periods to demonstrate changes and trends.
Monitoring projects have included; major bridges and structures, sea defense, soil embankment stability, historic buildings, Steelwork, retaining walls and ground settlement at landfill site.
- Movement monitoring
- Precise levelling
- Deformation monitoring
- Coastal erosion monitoring
- Ground water monitoring
- Measuring real-time
- 3D XYZ coordinate differences
- Crack monitoring
- Automated monitoring
We are highly qualified and expert professionals to cater to the needs of Transportation Planners, Transportation Engineering Consultants and Architects. The Company targets to deliver consulting services in the field of ransportation Engineering, Traffic Data Collection, Environmental Studies, Traffic Impact Studies as well as quality field data collection with utmost accuracy. Our expert team is also capable of conducting large scale Transport Surveys required for developing city-wide transport demand models and manual Trip Generation. In addition, we offer full range of traffic engineering services.
We are highly capability of providing full assistance with intelligent transportation, parking management, security, communications, integrated systems in traffic management. To deliver our clients with clear, accurate and easy to read data summaries on time.To impart high quality traffic engineering services to effectively meet all the needs of our clients.To keep at par with technological advances, local engineering standards and best engineering practices.
The Gate Level Computation is often used for deciding the Gate Level of the Plot comparing to the nearest As-Phalt Road/Ground Level. The Gate Level Computation can be done using the GPS which is tied with the Concerned Datum like Dubai/Abu Dhabi etc and using the Automatic Level Machine, which is rarely using if the GPS is not receiving ay signals.
Our Standards will include:
- As applicable, the survey will indicate interlock/asphalt/etc.. around the plot
- At least two neighbor road levels or gate levels of 2 neighbors (if available) and if there is no asphalt road around the plot, then at least three points from the nearest asphalt road will be indicated
- Photo records of the each plot.
- Approval from the concerned Municipality.
In addition, we will provide the services for the Gate Level fixing in order to confirm the Municipality approved level for fixing the gate for the property on the site during the progresses of the construction and a filed report will be issued.
As qualified and experienced land surveyors we are constantly involved in every element of property boundaries and demarcations; whether it is positioning undefined boundaries or assisting in resolving boundary disputes between neighboring owners. Whatever the intended use, a combination of GPS (Global Positioning System) and Total Station equipment is generally used to carry out boundary surveys.
Boundary demarcation survey reports can be carried out for any one of the following reasons:
- Property Sub-Division
- Adverse Possession
- First Registration
- Boundary Setting Out
- Rights of Way
- Lease Plans
- Boundary Disputes
Radiodetection techniques are unable to detect non-metallic buried services such as plastic water and gas pipes, fibre-optics and drainage pipes that we cannot introduce a sonde into. To overcome this potentially hazardous situation, we combine the use of Radiodetection with Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR)
GPR is able to detect non-metallic as well as metallic pipes. It will also give an indication of the location and depth of buried services but will not identify them.
We have also been commissioned to used GPR on a number of occasions now to locate the extents of the roots of Cables, this is invaluable for a site where there are TPO’s in force in the vicinity of the development.
GPR does NOT trace services, but indicates the presence of voids, disturbed ground, trenches, pipes and cables under the surface. GPR works by emitting a short pulse of energy into the ground. Echoes are returned from the different interfaces between different materials in the ground.
The benefits of using Ground Penetrating Radar
GPR is able to detect metallic and non-metallic services such as polyethylene water and gas pipes as well as utilities such as fibre-optic cables which are not normally traceable using any other method.
Using GPR alone we cannot guarantee finding or identifying all buried services, but when used in conjunction with Radiodetection the most complete answer available is produced.
Deliverables would comprise an annotated drawing (DWG & PDF formats) illustrating the service location and a short form of a written report.
Unlike many land surveys, done before buildings or other improvements are added to the land or after these additions are complete, as-built surveys are utilized during the middle of a construction project. Requested by many industries, as-built show improvements to the land, as they appeared in a particular point of time.As-built surveys may be used for commercial or residential properties. Surveys are crucial tools in the construction industry from the planning stage to the actual construction and future maintenance. A construction project begins with a site plan or plot plan, laying out the plan for the project from beginning to end. This plan incorporates any conditions already imposed on a given site.
As-built surveys are conducted several times throughout the duration of a construction project. Their frequency and the number of surveys undertaken depends on the scope of the construction project. The purpose of an as-built survey is to verify to local and state boards that the construction work authorized has been completed according to the same specifications set during the planning stage and shown in the site plan. The as-built survey is most often used to show the building inspector that a project under construction is conforming with zoning regulations. As-built surveys may be required for nearly every type of land project, from roads and trails to utility improvements and building construction.
Accurate as-builts are important not only as a bureaucratic measure. An as-built survey shows exactly what has been completed to date, a useful tool in adjusting the schedule of a large construction project. An as-built survey provides an important tool to manage the building as it is under construction and after it has been completed. As such, they may be requested by the project supervisor or others who are invested in the completion of this project. They may be used to document what has been completed by a specific date or work out payments to contractors, for example. Often they are used to verify the floor plan and evacuation plans, utility and cabling plans, or other subsequent steps in the building process.
Many forms of construction surveys, including some as-builts, are considered civil engineering, which may require additional degrees in addition to certification as a land surveyor. Within the field of as-built surveys, there are several survey types undertaken for very specific purposes. For example, a foundation survey ensures that the foundation is constructed in the right location on the plot of land, and has been built in the manner outlined in the site plan. Once the project is under construction or after it has been finished, a Deformation Survey can determine if it is changing shape or moving over time by creating a three-dimensional image of the structure at two different points in time.
We can return to site and update surveys to reflect subsequent changes as and when required. When carrying out topographical surveys our surveyors generally establish plenty of site control (particularly away from the working area), that can be used later to re-establish on site to the original site datum & grid. This is also helpful to the site contractors as datum / reference points in more secure areas. Permanent Ground Markers (PGMs) / Earth Anchors can also be installed if required.
We can attend site and update surveys carried out by others, if required, by utilizing their site control, using survey station data as provided by the client. In certain cases the control may have been destroyed by site activity etc.. If this is the case, we will do our best to help, by utilizing GPS equipment or resurveying points of detail as required.
We are often asked to return to site to carry out update surveys, where material is constantly being moved to the site, for example; quarries & land-fill sites, and also construction sites where new site levels have been established
As a task specific investigation or part of an integrated measured building project, Survey Solutions can provide accurate structural details of key elements in buildings and strctures. Taking detail observations we can produce sections through any alignment to clearly show the various elements and how they relate to each part of the structure in position and level.
GPR Radar surveys can be used to map and position structural details such as rebar, reinforcement mesh and steelwork within the floors, walls and columns of concrete structures to locate existing features to confirm construction processes or avoid striking.
Data can be collected in a number of ways: The tried and tested method, generate an accurate building footprint with internal control points and then sketch and measure the internal layout before constructing the CAD plan from measurements recorded during the site visit.
Using hand-held computers and tablets the surveyor can input spatial data directly from a reflectorless Total Station, hand-held Bluetooth laser measuring device, or manually from a steel tape, constructing and verifying the bulk of the survey whilst on site.
Utilising our own 3D Laser Scanners, facades and structures can be accurately captured in a matter of minutes before being imported into our specialist software systems and converted into 2D CAD drawings or 3D models in CAD.
- Cross sections
- Structural details
- Vertical checks
- Elevation Details
- Column alignment
- Verticality Heights
- Levels and changes
- Lift and Stair design