Tag Archives: monitoring
Utility Service Clearance and recording of traced assets, ahead of civil engineering works in mountain bike country (aka the Scottish Borders) recently. CAT & Genny detection, mark up and surveying of traced assets for a developing site in the ever … Continue reading
William Joseph our Operations Director has been appointed a Company Director of the group. William has joined the board of Directors, representing all our activities in the South (and UK) from the Heathrow office. Well done! Contact William enquire about … Continue reading
Surveying a school and its retaining wall, ahead of works recently. A small site, but an important survey for maintenance and safety purposes, as the wall is retaining an earth slope, security fencing and pavement areas.
Our latest fleet addition has arrived! Our latest addition lets us get equipment and personnel across the country meaning they have more tools to utilise, keeping down time to a minimum! Thanks to Signplus of Dalgety Bay for their excellent … Continue reading
Our Construction line membership has been renewed once more, combined with SSIP accredition via Acclaim.
Working nights on a closed runway, we have been assisting an airport operator with their PAPI lighting checks and alignment. A defined technique and a capable site team, check and align these essential lighting apparatus in the wee small hours. … Continue reading
Surveys for new developments and re-developments. Recent works in the central belt surveying areas for new developments, with establishment of control, grid and survey of topographic features to enable land transactions, design of property for industry and commerce.
Mason Surveys are also looking for staff in Dunfermline and at Heathrow Airport. Continued growth means we need more personnel at each end of the country, so if you’re Surveyor (Junior to Senior) with experience of Topographic, UGS, Laser Scanning, … Continue reading
Recent Laser Scanning of the pedestrianised tunnel in Edinburgh for the City Council, enabling management of the structure via 3D means. The Leica P50 scanner took multiple scans to gain a lot of data for processing into the form the … Continue reading