Land Survey


What is Land Survey

A Land survey is nothing more than measurement of your land and showing all surounding boundaries, building footprints, permanet structures, any building remains, vegetation, and spot heights taken at any chnges of level/gradient.

You can divide Land Survey for few different categories:

Land Survey
Topographical Survey

Topographical Survey


What is Topographical Survey?


Topographical Survey is a measurement of the land and showing exact psition of features on and around the area being mapped, levels of the ground being surveyed, building footprints, permanent structures, any building remains, onsite building heights: Ridge, Eaves, Flat Roofs; surrounding building heights: Ridge, Eaves, Flat Roofs; individual trees, all services covers/utility covers where visible


The survey will produce 2D / 3D drawing with contours and confirm with band A in both height and plan accuracy (from Measured Surveys of Land Building and Utilities 3rd Edition-RICS guidance)

 

The survey coordinate, and datum is based on permanent control stations that are established on and around the unit.  These is referenced to the Ordnance Survey (OS) National Grid and Datum using GPS measurements. Station heights will be cross checked to the local recorded benchmarks in the area, if still available.


Our surveyors using precise Leica instruments  for measurements and latest software for data processing and drafting can produce fast and cost effective surveys. 

Volumetric Survey / Quarry Survey


What is Volumetric Survey / Quarry Survey?


Volumetric Survey is accurate measuremnt of a stockpiles or of earthworks ond quantifiyng the volume of the material stockpiled.  


Quarry Survey is service that helps firms understand consistently evaluate ongoing mining and quarrying activities. It is a combination of surveying activities to calculate the quantity of extracted materials, help companies protect their assets and map rock profiles.


For volumetric and quarry surveys we are using combination of UAV survey with GPS survey to bring the customer the most acurate results.

Volumetric survey
Cut and Fill modeling
Topographical Survey

Cut and Fill modeling


What is cut and fill modelling?


Cut and fill is the process of minimizing the amount of construction labor by calculating if the amount of material from cuts roughly matches the amount of fill needed to make nearby embankments.