Land Survey

Civil engineering forms the foundation of our services and a stable platform to innovate from. Combining 80 years+ land surveying experience in our team, expertise gained as setting out engineering and also multiple Civil engineering qualifications, we have built a professional and excellent reputation with our clients.

Types of Land Survey techniques utilised in the past:

Topographic Surveying

Land Survey

Traditional survey equipment like GPS Rovers, EDMs and Automatic Levels form the bedrock of our survey techniques. Geocurve started out in 2004 as a team of site engineers using Leica and Trimble equipment for construction site setting out. We believe in using the right tool for the job...

Bathymetric Surveying

Rib on Broads

Geocurve regularly undertakes hydrographic surveys to profile river and lake beds as well as inshore coastal waters. Our data is used for hydraulic modelling, creating water volume calculations that are then used in flood level analysis. Other concerns include aggregate reserve estimates, volumetric calculations and beach profiling.

We have a variety of onshore and offshore craft available, equipped with differential GPS, enabling the fast and accurate mapping of underwater topography.

Remote Monitoring

remote sensors

Installing tilt sensors, crack sensors and distance sensors allows for remote monitoring critical structures for sub millimetre movement 24/7. Our sensors then report back through a hub and 3/4G connectivity to our web portal, that allows graphs plotting and alarm triggers. Any movement triggers then gets followed up by our survey team to accurately assess the direction of movement in 3D.