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As technology has developed, topographic surveying has been transformed. Gone are the long, arduous days spent working out map points manually. Now that global positioning systems (GPS) are standard, previously time-consuming and labour-intensive tasks can be completed in half the time.

One of the most exciting technological developments for topographic...

An elevation survey is used to accurately represent the outside facade of a structure. It depicts all structural openings and features, including doors and windows, string courses, lintels, vents, electricity points, and more.

Quarry surveying is a highly important service that helps firms understand consistently evaluate ongoing mining and quarrying activities. With quarry surveying, companies can protect their assets, map rock profiles, and even calculate the quantity of extracted materials.

We often forget that there's an entire world beneath our feet, and even when we do, it can be somewhat disappointing to realise it's more extensive cable network than lost city of Atlantis. However, without the subsurface infrastructure so intricately woven under our roads and pavements, we'd live very different...

The mining and surveying industries are invariably linked. For years now, geospatial data has informed the process of mining, making it more efficient, safe, and accurate. Surveyors provide indispensable data to mining companies, playing an important and irreplaceable role.