Underground Utility Mapping

If you need precise underground utility mapping from skilled experts, go to All Survey Pros. The highly trained team understand how to get useful data from underground areas using up to date equipment and technology.

Whatever you need, the team can assist. They adapt their services to suit your requirements. For example, they can provide archaeological surveying for underground structures, or confined space surveying for aqueducts. If you require numerous different services, they can cater to this. If you simply want utility mapping, but at multiple sites, this is isn't an issue either.

The team are confident in the quality of their underground utility mapping, gathering only useful data that is precise, and presenting it in a clear and easy to understand format. They will work with you to measure the most important data possible, and to ensure that any project you are planning goes ahead smoothly.

Utility Mapping

The team offer a variety of different underground utility mapping services, for the detection and analysis of underground utilities. Techniques and technologies employed include Radio Frequency Location (RFL), Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), and Electro-Magnetic Locators (EML). These all provide accurate information and images of underground utilities, which can be useful for a range of projects and purposes. For example, you might want to detect voids, analyse a building structure, or map subterranean pipe networks. Apart from receiving important data, a utility survey can help ensure that any project you undertake is safe.

One advantage of having an underground utility survey with the experts is that you'll receive fast results. The equipment that the team utilise provide real time information. The trained surveyors will review the information onsite so that you receive helpful and easy to understand results as soon as possible.The team realise that some projects are time sensitive, so they offer a fast service that produces accurate results. They are confident in the quality of the information they gather, and in presenting usable, understandable information that will be beneficial to their client.

Before starting a project, identifying the position and size of underground utilities is an essential way to ensure that you don't risk impacting or damaging any utilities with your work. This can be potentially costly and dangerous, so taking steps to avoid this possibility is a smart idea. Prior to starting your project, whether it involves construction, demolition, or excavation, you should make sure you are aware of any underground utilities, so you can go ahead with confidence.

Archaeological Survey

An archaeological survey is one of the most important steps to take when investigating an archaeological find. It is a safe and non-intrusive way to gather as much information about the site as possible, before more direct investigation can begin. A survey can be either overground or underground, and the team have developed a number of different techniques for carrying out an effective survey. In terms of underground archaeological finds, the team can employ Ground Penetrating Radar, magnetic susceptibility, and LIDAR analysis. The team understand that many archaeological sites need to be approached sensitively, to avoid affecting the site adversely, and to make sure the information collected is precise.

Other techniques used for an archaeological survey includes 3D laser scanning of buildings, topographical surveys, GPS surveys for vast sites, measured building surveys, and terrain modelling. These are primarily used for overground sites. The team can work on rural and urban sites, as well as historic buildings. For instance, they can survey castles, vaults, walls, pits, buried kilns, and megaliths, to name just a few examples. An archaeological survey is essential if you are planning to study a site, or carry out work on it. It helps you to make sure that you can work on the site safely, and that you understand the nature of the site.

An archaeological survey is just one of the services provided by the team. They can conduct a number of different surveys both overground and underground, for commercial or domestic projects. If you would like to book a utility survey, or any other type of survey, get in contact with the team today. All you have to is submit the online form on this page with your contact information, and a brief description of the service you require. One of the team will reply to your query during business hours. They will be pleased to discuss your requirements, and to provide a quote within 24-48 hours.

Ground Penetrating Radar

The team can employ a ground penetrating radar for utility tracing and underground detection. Also referred to as a GPR, it transmits a signal which is directed through the ground. The signal bounces off of subterranean features, including cables and support structures.

The GPR can then process this as a graphic in real time, providing instant, visualised information. A ground penetrating radar is primarily used for utility mapping, but can also be employed for archaeological surveying.

Confined Space Survey

In some situations, you might want to survey a small space, which might prove difficult to access, or incompatible with standard surveying techniques. These sites can be underground or overground, but either way you require a specialist service to retrieve the data you require.

A confined space survey will be conducted by skilled professionals, who can work safely in a range of conditions. For instance, they can work in chambers, tunnels, pipe systems, and aqueducts. Specialist tools will be utilised to gain precise and reliable survey results.

Concrete Survey

The team can offer a efficient concrete survey for structures and features. They are trained in performing safe and effective surveys for large or small concrete structures.

This kind of survey can determine the condition of a concrete structure, identifying any weaknesses and hazards. The survey will determine the depth of the concrete, and provide precise measurements. For a safe and professional concrete survey, go to All Survey Pros.

FAQs

How long do archaeological surveys take?

The time taken to complete an archaeological survey will depend upon a number of different factors, such as the size of the site, if numerous sites need surveying, and the techniques employed for the service. An estimated finishing date will be provided before work starts.

When carrying out archaeological surveying, the team will aim to complete the survey efficiently, whilst making sure that all data is as precise and comprehensive as possible.

Can the professionals perform confined space surveys at multiple sites?

Yes, the experts are able to carry out confined space surveys at a many sites as required. They will examine every site to estimate how long it will take to complete, and what the survey will cost.

What are the uses of an underground utility survey?

Underground utility surveying has many uses and benefits. If you are arranging any type of construction, maintenance, renovation, or demolition work, then it is important to be sure where underground facilities are located, so you can be confident that your project can go ahead safely and successfully. Knowing as much as possible about the site of your project is important for ensuring it goes perfectly.

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