Author Archives: mark mason
Utility surveys are gaining ever more ground in the Mason service portfolio. Undertaking GPR & EML service clearance and PAS128 surveys for minor and major developments. Therefore we seek to employ Surveyors with utility experience and who can record their … Continue reading
Our experiences, post brexit and covid, of large pan european supply chains in the form of van parts! After many months waiting on parts, two of our vans are now road worthy once more after being damaged during Storm Arwen … Continue reading
Our Silver level membership has just been renewed for another year! Many hours completing and illustrating matters has been recognised once more.
Many MBS projects lately, some more complex than others and all best suited to laser scanning. To capture more than you can with your disto and sketch pad and be able to refer to it later for further information take … Continue reading
Recent coastal works for Topographic & Measured Building Survey required the full armoury of equipment to be deployed and some new additions to be tested!
After nearly two decades within the Mason businesses, running the mapping and copyshop divisions, Rebecca has decided to move to pastures new. We all wish her well and to the next twenty years with a lucky employer!
Land Surveyors / Utility Surveyors / Measured Building Surveyors We are currently looking for candidates for the afore mentioned roles to join our company. Responsibilities & competencies:• Able to undertake and process your own work to completion, to a high … Continue reading
We shall close on the 23rd December and not re-open until Wednesday the 5th January 2022. Merry Christmas to you all!
A quick day trip to the capital to meet old colleagues, learn about time saving systems and of course make a purchase…a trip that was worthwhile, even though work levels demanded we stay at the office, but it had to … Continue reading
A storage facility being surveyed for replication elsewhere proved a challenge in many ways, but twin GPS systems on site, careful walking, standing and climbing enabled the site to be captured in sufficient detail to satisfy client requirements.