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3D laser scanning has been a great advancement in technology that has been helpful in many industries, including the surveying. But how does it work? It can seem like magic, but the principles behind it are quite simple but used in an innovative way. As with all equipment in surveying,...

Some types of land such as quarries require measurements on a regular basis due to the continuous excavations and changes made to the quarry over time. Surveying helps to gather data about these changes to help manage quarries and stockpiles. Here are some of the main issues that our quarry...

Similar to the article we wrote on topographic surveys (insert link), the first question we will ask clients when determining what to include in their measured building survey is “What is the purpose of the survey?” This helps shape the rest of the survey and helps us put together a...

While there are many similarities from topographic survey to topographic survey, chances are they won’t contain the same thing. Even surveying the same area of land might include different features depending on what the survey is going to be used for. When we first meet with a client and determine...

Surveying as a discipline has existed for hundreds if not thousands of years, and some of the equipment used today originated hundreds of years ago. While the technology behind them has improved, at their core they are the same instruments. The three that are most used in survey are: