Topographical Surveying

LAH Contracting supply a range of surveys depending on the client needs. Our range of topographical surveying is broken down below. If you require something not shown below, please get in touch and we will be more than happy to discuss your requirements as our state of the art equipment can cater for a vast range of needs. 

Land Surveying

With our state of the art equipment we are able to produce 3D positions of the area to be surveyed. These include all features such as trees, hedges, boundaries, spot levels, street furniture, building, manholes and much more. Our digital data drawings or traditional paper drawings can be produced to any specified scale or simply to fit the specified sheet size. Utilising both GPS and total stations we are able to survey some of the most challenging terrain.

A regular aspect of our work is producing As-built surveys of the projects that we carry out site engineering/setting out. This includes liasing with the principal contractor and land agents to meet their demands and produce a drawing with the required information. During our surveys we can also establish control points for any future surveying and in preparation for the setting out of the site saving additional costs and time.

GPS Surveys

GPS surveys are extremely useful and a regular aspect of our work. The use of the GPS allows us to be more efficient saving the client both time and money. It also allows us to carry out surveys in the most challenging conditions.

Total Stations

Total stations are where we started. Although GPS equipment is efficient and accurate, there are some areas it just won't reach. This is where our total stations come into their own. Our total stations equipped with photogrammetry and scanners allow us to produce pin point accuracy surveys in some of the most remote locations.

Remote Data Collection -

Total stations allow us to carry out some of the most difficult remote data collection. Using a series of traverses and stations we are able to survey areas and structures off the beaten track. Our most recent example is having to find the precise location and levels of a number of manholes in a wooded area. With the use of our equipment we were able to make short work of this task.