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Engineering surveys

Engineering-geodetic activities

  • Acquisition, classification and processing of old engineering survey data for a definite area.

  • Scouting survey of an area.

  • Creation and development of reference geodetic grids.

  • Positioning of stations of reference geodetic grids.

  • Creation, development and thickening of survey geodetic grids.

  • Topographic survey of various scales (with use of optical devices, GNSS-technologies, unmanned aerial vehicles or UAV).

  • Survey of existing underground communication facilities.

  • Production of engineering-topographic plans in 1:5000, 1:2000, 1:1000 and 1:500 scales.

  • Production of register on intercrosses of facilities with natural obstacles and engineering communications.

  • Production of register of agricultural lands.

  • Production of longitudinal lines.

  • Production of register on approval of engineering communications with associated authorities and institutions supported by contract information (address, phone).

  • Production of technical report.

Engineering- geological surveys (including engineering-geotechnical and geophysical surveys)  

  • Collecting and analyses of old survey and exploration data

  • Integrated engineering-geological scouting surveys and route observations.

  • Geological openings (boreholes, ditches, etc.) and their sampling.

  • Detection of areas potential for development of hazardous environmental geological processes and events, and spread of specific soils, etc.  

  • Engineering-geophysical surveys including electrical surveys in various modifications.

  • Field testing of soils.

  • Seismological surveys.

  • Hydrogeological surveys.

  • Laboratory surveys of soils, underground and surface waters.

  • Survey of soils underneath existing facilities.

  • Forecast of variation in engineering-geological conditions.

  • Post-field data processing and issue of final technical report (conclusion).

Engineering and hydro-meteorological surveys

  • Collecting, analysis and summary of fund, reference and literature data on hydro-meteorological regime of survey area,

  • Assessment of hydrological and meteorological background knowledge about an area

  • Selection of the nearest hydrological/meteorological stations and posts and preliminary assessment of their representative capacities in usage as reference ones within an survey area,

  • Pre-processing of many year survey data for a survey area,

  • Preparation of program of engineering and hydro-meteorological surveys,

  • Scouting survey of an area and marine facilities,

  • One time or multiple (repeatedly produced) episodic observations over meteorological characteristics (if required).

  • Bathymetry survey of sea bottom.

  • Hydrogeological surveys and hydrometric operations at marine facilities.

  • Hydromorphological description and depth measuring in transition areas.

  •  Field data processing with lines and plans produced and positioned in applicable elevation system.

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