Monitoring Survey

What is a Monitoring Survey?

Monitoring surveys are conducted to monitor levels or the movements of a particular structure. From this survey, a plan can be established to rectify or amend the movements of the structure.

When is a Monitoring Survey Needed?

A monitoring survey may be required if you have a structure that is or may be experiencing movement.

Typical features monitored are:

  • Bridges
  • Buildings
  • Dams
  • Ground subsidence
  • Pit Wall and Underground Monitoring
  • Retaining Walls
  • Road or Rail settlement
  • Settlement/movement during construction

What does a Monitoring Survey involve?

A monitoring survey involves a licensed surveyor coming to site to survey and establish control points. Then the site will be resurveyed at a predetermined time later.

When conducting the survey for a second time, reference to the control points will provide the surveyor with the correct information on the severity of movement the structure is experiencing. The data recorded will help us provide advice on what actions should take place to rectify or amend the structure.

Why Neilly Davies for Monitoring Surveying?

Neilly Davies surveyors have been providing professional Monitoring Surveying to many of our clients over the past 30 years. You can be guaranteed a superior monitoring survey on the movement of the structure and exceptional advice on what actions should take place to rectify or amend the structure.

If you would like more information about our monitoring survey services or to discuss your project in more detail, call us now on 1300 730 340.

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