Topographical surveys are regarded as the benchmark of land surveying. They are often the most common surveys commissioned and used widely by architects, planners, and engineers at the design and planning stages of a project.
Our topographical surveys are prepared in two stages:
Stage 1 - Collection of data.
Stage 2 - Preparing the drawing.
Using the very latest Trimble GPS and Total Station technology our trained surveyors will attend site and accurately survey the features of the land including, but not limited to:
All Visible Service Features
Preparing the Drawing
After the data is collected, it is loaded into our survey software and the data analyzed. Annotation and local information are then added to the project before we produce a full and accurate 3D drawing of the proposed area. Files can be outputted in various formats including industry-standard .dwg acad files.
Understanding what lies underground and where it is can be an invaluable tool for contractors and consultants. An Underground Utility Survey can accurately identify what utilities are buried underground and confirm depths, density, type, and dimensions of all detectable buried utilities.
Completion of this survey is a legal requirement under the Safety at Work Act 1974 for any development project that involves penetrating the ground at or below the surface level.
Using the latest GPR technologies, Castle Keep Surveys Ltd can complete your Underground Utility Survey quickly offering the highest level of detail and accuracy. Completing the survey at the start of a project could help you to avoid costly and disruptive works later.
Here at Castle Keep Surveys, Drones have been our favourite technology advancement as they allow us to really push the boundaries of surveying and capture data faster and safer than ever before.
Primarily drones were used for video and images however our survey grade Drones offer so much more: