Engineering Surveys

Topographical Surveys:  To survey a piece of land or property showing all necessary information with regards to roads, building outlines, boundary etc. The plan will also contain contours to illustrate high or low levels and gradient of surveyed area

Road Surveys:  To do a topographical Survey of the road for design and planning purposes.  Setting out of a road by using the design information to assist construction of a road.

Pipeline Surveys:  Setting Out – To setout the pipeline according to design information As-Built – To Survey the pipe on its position and also to compile a plan and/or report for QA purposes.

Railway Surveys:  To do a topographical Survey of the rail tracks for design and planning purposes.  Setting out of a road by using the design information to assist construction of a rail tracks.

Overhead Utility Surveys:  To setout positions of pylons or poles from design, or to asbuilt the pylons or poles for design and/or planning purposes. A topographical Survey close to the utility is normally also required.

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

Conveyor belt Surveys :  To do a topographical Survey within a certain distance from conveyor alignment for design and planning purposes.

Setting out of conveyor belt by using the design information to assist construction of a rail tracks.