Hennig and Co. are the ones to contact in case you require any kind of survey especially if it is an engineering survey. This is because they are the best at it, and surely you wouldn’t settle on anything less than the best for your project. Basically an engineering survey is a collection of monitoring and assessing all factors involved during construction, from planning and designing to operation. There are various ways on how they approach a project, mostly depending upon what the customers demand.
How do they do it?
One way of doing it is that your surveyor will visit the land, on which you for instance are planning to build a structural steel work, let’s say a bridge. Then your hydrographic surveyor will have to see the location, to see if there are any buildings in the way or not. A surveyor uses a variety of machines and equipment’s on site during a survey ranging from a GPS to a digital level and many more. If the path of construction is not free, then they will guide you on to doing that first. The next step would be to look at the designs that you have and let you know if its construction is possible or will suggest alterations if its construction seems practically difficult to achieve. In case you don’t have a design, you can ask them to come up with a design for you and the team at Hennig and Co. will be more than pleased to do so for you.
Many surveyors these days make use of latest technology and especially computer based software’s for designing a project and assessing its feasibility. This way work is made easier and innovative. Once your engineering surveyors gives you a green signal in terms of the design, only then can you begin the construction. If you think that the job of a surveyor ends when construction on site begins, then you are highly mistaken! Your engineering surveyor needs to be in contact with your site supervisor and construction engineers so that any technical issue if faced can be resolved in no time, without halting the project. They also have to keep record of the data preferably in the form of maps and spreadsheets so that analysis becomes easier. Visit https://www.hennig.com.au/land_surveyors.html for further information regarding land surveying.
What is a boundary survey?
As the name suggest, this survey is carried out to decipher the boundary of a land. This can be done for numerous reasons, most common of these include: when home owners are putting up new fences, they hire a surveyor to know exactly the boundary of their land, so that fences are installed correctly, or if you want to construct a building and want to know exactly how much land you own. Many a times boundary surveyors have also helped neighbors in resolving their claims over land ownership. The laws regarding land and its ownership may vary from state to state and to keep a track on this, you would surely need services of a professional and none other than Hennig and Co. can do this for you.