Underpinning all of the survey work we do is an accurate control survey framework. Every project large or small relies on the quality of the control survey. GPS receivers are routinely utilised on all surveys to reference each site to the Ordnance Survey National Grid to centimetre accuracy. This framework provides us with baseline data to expand our total station local network. This will involve conventional traverse networks.
Survey markers are established on the ground local for every project. These markers have unique coordinates and provide a mechanism for revisiting previously completed surveys either to supplement with additional survey data or provide the construction team with coordinated datum points ahead of impending construction.
Maltby Surveys resource and train survey staff to be able to carry out highorder control surveys often requiring complex processing of GPS data and rigorous network adjustments. Academic and practical courses are undertaken regularly at recognised approved training centres in order to maintain a high level of continued professional development endorsed by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors.
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