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Heavy Civil Surveying Services


As-builts are comprehensive drawings created after construction completion, detailing a structure's final specifications. They serve as an essential reference for future maintenance and modifications.


Construction layouts are blueprint-based plans that guide the placement and orientation of structures and elements on a job site, ensuring accurate and efficient construction.

Earthworks construction surveying involves precise measurements and data analysis for soil and rock manipulation, ensuring optimal terrain for construction projects and efficient drainage systems.

Solar construction surveying involves mapping and analyzing a location to optimize the placement of solar panels, maximizing energy production, and ensuring structural integrity.

Wind construction surveying assesses optimal locations and conditions for wind turbines, focusing on wind patterns, terrain, and structural requirements for maximum energy generation.

Piling construction surveying involves evaluating soil conditions and mapping layouts to accurately place and install piles, ensuring structural stability for construction projects.

Concrete construction surveying involves mapping and assessing a site to guide the precise placement and leveling of concrete, ensuring structural integrity and project accuracy.

Roadbuilding construction surveying involves detailed mapping and terrain analysis to guide the accurate layout, grading, and construction of roads for optimal safety and functionality.

Topographic construction surveying maps the site's elevation and contours, providing essential data for designing structures that harmonize with the existing landscape and drainage patterns.

Volumetric construction surveying calculates the quantity of materials needed or displaced, such as soil or concrete, ensuring efficient resource allocation and project cost management.

Site control monitoring in construction involves real-time data collection and analysis to ensure ongoing alignment with project specifications and to detect structural movement.

Network monitoring uses real-time data and sensors to track project progress, ensuring structural integrity, compliance with plans, and efficient resource allocation.

Machine control utilizes advanced technology to automate heavy machinery, enhancing precision and efficiency in tasks like grading, excavating, and material placement.

Construction quality control involves systematic processes and standards to ensure that the materials, methods, and final output meet set specifications and safety guidelines.

Deformation monitoring tracks real-time structural changes using sensors, providing critical data to assess stability and implement corrective actions, if needed, during construction.

Wind Sites
Solar Sites
Piling Surveys
Concrete Surveys
Topographic Surveys
Volumetric Surveys
Site Control Monitoring
Network Monitorig
Machine Control
Quality Control
Deformation Monitoring
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