Construction Survey

Setting out:  To mark positions according to design to assist construction

As-Built Surveys: To measure constructed item and produce it on a plan or report. Comparisons to design can also be done to generate a report to enable QA to submit their quality reports on constructed items.

Volume Surveys:  To do a survey to compile a DTM (Digital Terrain Model) to calculate the volume of material needed or required.

Audit Surveys:  Where there might be a discrepancy between Multiple Surveys and the client is still unsure about quantities or constructed items build to design requirements.

Precision Surveys:  It can either be setting out or as-built where high accuracies are needed