Landform Surveys were approached by a client working on a major development in Teesside to support with a control survey to gather measurements and data. The project required a precise check on existing control stations periodically to ensure accuracy which was critical to the development.
We were approached by our client to carry out surveys and create a Revit model to demonstrate the impact of a proposed tram extension on the local area.
We regularly support a local engineering company, surveying maintenance equipment used on railways, which they precisely refurbish and re-align to meet stringent railway standards.
We have surveyed many bridges and structures on highways over the years and provided drawn as-built plans or point cloud data to our clients.
This month we attended the scene of a bridge strike caused by a vehicle passing under a bridge and its load striking the bridge beam.
By 1870, the ‘F’ Pit was the major coal outlet for the New Washington Colliery. Over the years, the pit has survived explosions, been re-modelled and modernised before finally drawing its last coal in 1968. Following the closure, the National Coal Board gifted the impressive winding house and headgear to the town of Washington.
In January 2019, Landform Surveys conducted a range of detailed surveys to inform potential development work on Alnwick Station.
Landform completes measured building survey to support Martin House Hospice renovation plans
In January 2019, Landform Surveys conducted a range of detailed surveys to inform a potential renovation project of Martin House Children’s Hospice in Boston Spa, Yorkshire.
In the first half of 2018, Landform Surveys completed three huge Highway Surveys across the North East of the UK. We are very proud of our land and road survey team for getting all three finished by August, especially considering the scale of each project.
Following extreme flooding events in and around Newcastle in 2012, Landform Surveys were commissioned by Capita to produce topographic surveys of over 20 sites in North Tyneside to enable flood mitigation methods to be designed.
Landform Surveys were commissioned by Northumberland County Council to produce topographic surveys and elevations of over 20 structures and bridges throughout Northumberland.