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Farringdon Underground Station

1st November 2017

C D Surveys were commissioned to carry out a topographical survey in the Farringdon area of London, the job entailed approximately 200 meters of road with around half being pedestrianized. This may seem a straightforward task, yet as many surveyors will know this often not the outcome when working in London as the case quickly became apparent.

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Large survey down by the coast

17th October 2017

CD Surveys were instructed to carry out a topographical survey of a large site in West Sussex. The site was around 370 acres in total and consisted of around 2km of roads surrounding the site, approximately 250 acres of farming fields with the remaining balance of areas used as offices, warehousing, Treatment plants etc.

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Monitoring project at local school in Guildford

30th August 2017

‚ÄčAt the start of the year CD Surveys were approached to discuss how we can carry out a monitoring job to assess if the concrete foundations for two portacabin class rooms were moving. Given our extensive experience with monitoring basements for multi-million-pound houses across London, we thought this would be a relatively simple task.

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Progress from our new surveyor two months into working at CD Surveys

21st July 2017

‚ÄčAs a foreign resident with less than 1 year experience in surveying overseas, every day is a new challenge, a day with new opportunities and fresh information to be learned. But in order to see everything as a new opportunity and not as an obstruction, a friendly and experienced team is essential.

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3D Laser scanning in Uxbridge

13th June 2017

The company who occupy the building are in the process of moving office and the existing tower block is due for reconstruction. The details given to us by the client were very limited but we were asked to create floor plans of each of the 7 floors. (6 office floors and plant room) plus a roof survey and 4 elevations for each façade.

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Surveying and Scanning an 18th century Scottish harbour

8th February 2017

East Lothian council have asked us to create a 3D, high density point cloud, topographical survey, elevations, cross sections and drone survey. This is all to aid future building work they plan on doing. Including possible ladder replacement, new pontoon and other feasibility exercises at the Fisherrow harbour in Scotland.

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