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A monitoring survey is a precise measurement of small changes in both vertical and horizontal positions, conducted either in real-time or as part of a comprehensive, long-term monitoring initiative.

We gather and precisely measure data utilizing advanced equipment, including precise levels (Leica LS10 & LS15), and total station, specifically the Leica TS16 R1000 1.

Purpose of a Monitoring Survey
Primarily utilized to assess the stability of structures, a monitoring survey provides architects and engineers with essential data for strategic planning of remedial measures. Factors such as ground conditions, structural or foundation issues, instability, or erosion can contribute to movements that are closely monitored.

Benefits of a Monitoring Survey
Although decisions can be based on anecdotal evidence, a meticulously executed monitoring survey by professionals guarantees precise data, providing assurance regarding structural shifts. This exact information facilitates proactive planning for maintenance and preservation efforts on structures.

Expectations from Our Monitoring Surveys
Our monitoring surveys deliver highly accurate data regarding structural movements, tailored to meet your specific project needs. Whether in real-time or as part of a long-term strategy, we collaborate with you to determine the most effective solution for your project, providing the information necessary for informed decision-making.

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