LOCATION

Sydney / NSW

Office Email

info@ozdetect.com.au

Office phone

(02) 4610 0659

Survey Sydney NSW & ACT

We Survey Sydney & Surrounds

Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) is used for locating non-conductive services such as Concrete, Nylon or Polyurethane pipes and is a non-destructive method. It works by pulsing electromagnetic energy into the subsurface of the soil, concrete or rock. The GPR then receives the electromagnetic signals reflected back into the transmitter from bouncing off the materials and services below the ground to identify their approximate location and depths.

Our team of surveyors capture georeferenced data of the built and natural environment, producing extensive 2D and 3D survey plans for your next project. Our surveys can be completed to MGA 2020/94 and Australian Height Datum (AHD), suiting our clients requirements. We work with a range of customers from different industries including designers, councils, builders, surveyors, architects, engineers, plumbers, electricians, and consultants. We offer our services covering all of greater Sydney, and NSW

Surveys we offer

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Latest Technology

Our surveyors use equipment that is the latest in technology.

Technology

MUD MAPS

Why would you use Survey or Utility Mapping?

Design (residential or commercial)

As built plans

Construction

Records and reference purposes

Understanding Survey Types

Pipes and chambers are measured and documented, along with dimensions, materials, configuration, and direction of flow. Using high-precision survey methods, we can then accurately measure the position and depth of underground assets.

Among the services that we provide are underground and above-ground utility surveys, clash detection and model analysis, as well as the generation of 3D utility models that are BIM-ready.

Feature contour surveys are also called topographical surveys. A survey of this type can reveal useful information about a piece of land, the features within its boundaries, and certain types of street furniture. Land features are described based on height, depth, size, and location.

To ensure builders can follow the design while constructing, Building Set-Outs involve translating designs onto the land itself. This is an essential survey before construction begins.

A cadastral survey is any activity that employs or generates cadastral evidence to determine boundaries. Plans, certificates, and digital data are all possible outputs of a boundary determination. In land surveying, cadastral surveying focuses on defining or re-establishing land parcel boundaries. Cadastral surveying involves the interpretation and advice of boundary locations. A description of the land’s status. An individual’s property rights, restrictions, and interests. Both private real estate and public lands are surveyed and documented using cadastral surveying and cadastral documentation. Among the information contained in cadastral GIS data is information regarding the legal interpretation of property lines.

A detailed survey is conducted to locate all features on a piece of land. Natural as well as man-made structures are surveyed. A natural feature can be any type of vegetation – rocks, trees, stumps, etc. The latter refers to structures built above ground, such as buildings, walls, driveways, utilities, etc.

Contour surveys are conducted with the primary purpose of identifying any differences in elevation between the existing land and the proposed land. Context maps are maps depicted with contour lines, such as topographic maps, which show valleys and hills, and the steepness or gentleness of slopes in land surveying.

It is becoming increasingly common for buildings to be surveyed with a high degree of precision using point cloud surveys. An internal and external scan of a building is produced by a Point Cloud Survey using a laser. As the laser beams strike surfaces, they return points.

A point cloud scan takes 976,000 measurements per second, whereas traditional surveying methods take one measurement every 30 seconds. It is therefore one of the fastest and most accurate methods of measuring areas, especially in more complicated buildings.

Point clouds are the result of 3D scanning processes. They are used for a variety of purposes, such as creating 3D CAD models for manufactured parts, calculating metrology and quality inspections, and creating visualisations, animations, renderings, and mass customisations.

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