MALTBY SURVEYS

Maltby Surveys is a multidisciplinary Geomatics company which has developed over 33 years as a result of responding to the spatial data needs of its Clients. It is a family oriented business owned and managed by three of the Maltby brothers.

Continuing growth and success has led to a network of offices being established throughout the UK. The staff includes Chartered Surveyors and Computer Analysts who provide comprehensive, accurate and economic survey data to meet individual Client needs. The Quality Management system registered to BS/EN/ISO 9001:2008
is overseen by the Directors to ensure that the products and services provided, whether relating to measurement or software development, have undergone stringent validation to maintain a proven track record of quality and service.

The Company is one of the few within the industry registered to BS/EN/ISO 14001:2004 supporting an Environmental Management System. Each of the Directors plays an active role in promoting the profession both globally and across professions. The Financial Director, Richard Maltby is on the Council of Management for the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors and has been commended for his valuable work in Training and Education across the profession. As the then Vice President of The Survey Association he was instrumental in developing what is still the only structured training course for technician level surveying; thereby helping to resolve one of the greatest weaknesses in the industry – lack of skilled staff.

The Development and Survey Directors Andrew and Stephen Maltby have each been instrumental in the development and promotion of new technologies. These are now deployed daily in the measurement of buildings for infrastructure development, asset management, the Surveying of rivers for hydraulic modelling and flood risk assessment and the creation of 3D building models and subsequent Daylight, Sunlight and Rights to Light calculations. Andrew and Stephen have worked in conjunction with both the RICS and RIBA in promoting greater understanding of exactly what the Geospatial Community can provide to their many and varied
stakeholders.

PEOPLE

Richard Maltby – FCInstCES
Financial Director

Richard is a Chartered Land Surveyor and Fellow of The Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors. He is a founder Director of Maltby Land Surveys Ltd and has over 35 years experience in the survey industry. His key experience is in the water environment business but Richard is also involved with the management of all major projects undertaken by the company.

He is the Commercial and Financial Director for the company. In 2002, he was awarded the Richard Carter prize by the CICES for his outstanding contribution to the field of Geospatial Engineering.

Richard is an active member of The Survey Association and in 2017, was awarded the President’s Award for his outstanding commitment to improving training standards within the survey profession.

Stephen Maltby – ACInstCES
Survey Director

Stephen is a Member of The Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors. He is a founder Director of Maltby Land Surveys Ltd and has in excess of 35 years experience in the Geospatial profession. During this period he has worked overseas and throughout the UK and Ireland. He has been pivotal in developing Terrestrial Laser Scanning for the measurement of building structures.

He assumes the role of Client Account Manager for a number of key agreements. His responsibilities extend to the preparation of technical proposals, financial costing and client management in the Hotel, Sports and Leisure Industries.

Andrew Maltby – MRICS
Development Director

Andrew is Chartered Land Surveyor with more than 33 years experience in the Geospatial profession. He is responsible for the development and training of staff in all technical software. He deals with all matters relating to boundary demarcation and Rights of Light / Daylight Sunlight.

He sat on the RICS Working Group for the publication of the “RICS Guidance note on Rights of Light” and currently sits on the Working Group on Urban Light. Andrew assumes overall responsibility for the Company’s Health, Safety, Quality and Environmental Policies.

Simon Barnes – MRICS, FCIOB, FCInstCES
International Development Director

Simon Barnes is International Development Director for Maltby Surveys. Simon has over 40 years experience in measurement of land, buildings, and structures, performing services in over 25 countries. He is a chartered land surveyor, and chartered building and civil engineering surveyor, with key experience in 3D modelling and visualization.

Simon is a past President of UK Land Surveyors Association. In addition, he also served on the Advisory Board for SPAR International and SPAR Europe, the premier laser scanning and digital imaging conferences in the world.

Emile Foote – BSc.(Hons)
Hydrographic Director

Emile has a First Class Honours Degree in Hydrography with Navigation – The cumulative survey experiences gained by Emile since becoming a full-time practioner in 1996 have evolved an approach which is targeted, efficient and well managed. His multi-disciplinary ability pays dividends to project timescales, productivity and costs.

He plans, manages and conducts up to 100 individual projects per year. Project types include (single beam and multibeam bathymetry, side scan sonar, geophysics, current and tidal studies).

Certifications & Professional Organisations

Maltby Surveys Accreditations

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See us on Stand A28 @DigiConWeek 17th/18th October 2018 #DCW2018 #3dlaserscanning #BIM #RevitUK

Donald, Boris and Vladimir ain’t got nothing on these boys !

Happy to have contributed our time to this inspirational project. Check out our pre-construction animation https://t.co/fW64Qv83Q3 and be sure to watch tomorrow night @DIYSOS @BBCOne #GrenfellTower #laserscanning #revitmodelling

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Congratulations to Russell, Rob and Cam, 2018 Survey School Graduates - Well done from all @maltbysurveys @surveyassoc @TheSurveySchool @LeicaGeosystems @KORECGroup @faroeurope

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First visit to Harpa, Reykjavík - fine use of glass in the construction of Iceland’s premier concert hall @HLArchitects

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#Summer is here and it’s getting very warm! But it does not mean that our #FARO Laser Scanner won’t survive the heat! Winter or summer our #Focus can operate in temperatures as low as -4°F (-20°C) and up to 131°F (55°C)! Learn more: https://t.co/agGzWbmKGb

Fantastic news @SPartnership Charity Annual Golf Day Raised £2007-00 for @LionHeartRICS BIG THANK U 2 all players & supporters @maltbysurveys @LeicaGeoUK @TDSLimited_ @Towergate @CCWIOM @PBHRail @jkavanagh99 @appsincadd @SeatonRail Very Much Appreciated @RICSnews @RICSMidlands

#BIMovation next week. Last few days to register still. Find out more in link below: https://t.co/KvTMHX8Lwc

A magical day and an absolute honour to meet Her Majesty #investiture2018 #education #surveying #architecture #engineering #construction #DEC

Discover an overview of FARO's WebshareCloud with Andrew Maltby @maltbysurveys on 5th June at #BIMovation. More details: https://t.co/7RA5TGXDo6

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