Geospatial certainty is fundamental to the success of any construction project, from design and planning stages to groundworks, civil and structural engineering, fit-out and cladding, and recording as-built. 360 Surveys provides a range of trusted services to assist at each stage of a development project lifecycle. Our greenfield/brownfield topographical and aerial surveys provide engineers and contractors with the certainty they need to accurately plan their work. Our subsurface surveys help ensure the development is connected to existing utilities and help avoid dangerous and costly utility strikes during construction. We can assist with the accurate set-out of complex or high-precision elements of a build. Our digital reality capture techniques ensure accurate capture of the as-built outcome of a project enabling the adoption of digital maintenance processes and asset optimization during the in-use phase of the development.
360 Surveys can assist construction contractors in managing geospatial coordination on their sites. We assist through the use of near real-time verified data, and the establishment of digital construction techniques and workflows.
The construction sector is typically one of the biggest in any economy, generally contributing between 5 – 10% of GDP. The sector is vibrant, fast-paced but risk-averse. A successful construction project balances the needs of multiple stakeholders, logistics of materials supply, availability of labor and machinery, and management of budgets and programs. Good management and coordination of these needs will result in a high-quality piece of infrastructure and provide good value to the client. Due to the scale of construction projects, small efficiency improvements can lead to large savings. 360 Surveys offer multiple construction-related geospatial services to help increase efficiency; manage risk on your projects and reduce cost.
Reliable geospatial data is key to the success of any civil engineering project. The coordination of multiple stakeholders on large infrastructure projects is a particular challenge, especially on large linear projects. There are likely to be multiple consultancies contributing to the design phase and potentially multiple contractors, with multiple teams, on-site constructing the infrastructure. In addition, the client will need to understand progress in near real-time to manage the project effectively. The geospatial coordination of multiple work fronts and stakeholders is an essential part of this with multiple benefits for all.