PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYING Services
Comprehensive and reliable land surveying services.
DJY Surveys offer a full range of land surveying services using all the latest equipment and techniques.
Our flexible scheduling and fast turnarounds will help keep your project on track.
SET OUT SURVEYS
A construction set out is where a surveyor transfers the designed position of a building on to the land itself – using physical reference points and markers.
These markers guide the builders during construction to ensure accuracy of the final build.
Our set out surveys include:
A Contour survey is carried out to measure the existing conditions of a site. The location of everything on site is measured that the building designer or architect may find relevant to the final design of the proposed building.
An engineering survey or construction survey is a broad term that encompasses any survey that relates to a construction project.
DJY Surveys is highly experienced in conducting and producing accurate and comprehensive engineering surveys.
This might include:
GPS, like the technology in your mobile phone maps or car navigation system, uses satellite signals to pinpoint precise locations on Earth.
It works regardless of the weather conditions at the time and is incredibly accurate.
GPS provide accurate latitudinal and longitudinal location information without the need for measuring angles and distances between points.
Therefore, it’s a much faster method of gathering survey data.
Australian Height Datum (AHD) is the national vertical reference datum for heights in Australia. An AHD survey seeks to measure the height of a property relative to this height datum. The height datum is particularly useful today since many public utility systems are designed and built relative to this datum.
AHD surveys are often a planning requirement from council, particularly for sites that sit within flood prone areas. – as it can help to predict the probability of a site to flood, and to what level.
Laser Scanning, otherwise known as a LIDAR survey, is an efficient surveying method which sends outs large quantities of laser beams in all directions to measure and capture the environment in 3D. This provides the ability to survey structures with complex details or survey areas which are inaccessible.
The data captured is usually in the form of a 3D point cloud as well as panoramic photos which can be combined on top of the point cloud. This creates a fully 3D accurate representation which allows users to easily view and measure accurate reality data.
Drone surveys allow surveyors to capture data on large open areas incredibly fast. They also allow surveying to take place from the air – where areas are not easily accessible by foot.
Drones have the ability to capture data via downward-facing sensors. These sensors might include RGB or multispectral cameras and LIDAR payloads. You can essentially combine laser scanning surveying with the convenience of a drone.
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