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Waikato's Surveying

and Engineering Specialists

SURVEYING

Topographical Surveying.

A plan showing the location of buildings, and services and the shape (contour) of the land is the first step in undertaking land development work.

Farm Mapping.

The size of paddocks is vital information for share milkers and farm hands to ensure good pasture management, and checking contractor crop areas. A farm map showing the effective and non effective areas, water lines, troughs, and buildings will assist in many aspects of farm management. 

Precise Industrial Alignment.

Surveying alignments and levels of turbines and paper rolls requires precision equipment to obtain accuracies down to 0.1mm. We have precise levels and optical survey equipment to complete this work.  

Construction Setout.

Accurately setting out the location of buildings, kerbs, drainage, and pylons are important today with so many prefabricated parts. Our Total Stations are calibrated to give accurate reliable results you can depend upon.

Deformation/Subsidence Monitoring.

Regular monitoring of dams and some structures are legal requirements to ensure they are structurally sound. 

 Earthworks/Stockpile Volumes.

Testimonials

Nicholson Surveying staff are friendly, they explained the subdivision process clearly and undertook the resource consent application promptly. Tim Bailey appeared at a Council hearing and successfully challenged Council on the imposition of development fees.

Kevin Dowling
Ecomist Ltd

Nicholson Surveying staff are friendly, they explained the subdivision process clearly and undertook the resource consent application promptly. Tim Bailey appeared at a Council hearing and successfully challenged Council on the imposition of development fees.

Kevin Dowling
Ecomist Ltd

Nicholson Surveying staff are friendly, they explained the subdivision process clearly and undertook the resource consent application promptly. Tim Bailey appeared at a Council hearing and successfully challenged Council on the imposition of development fees.

Kevin Dowling
Ecomist Ltd

Nicholson Surveying staff are friendly, they explained the subdivision process clearly and undertook the resource consent application promptly. Tim Bailey appeared at a Council hearing and successfully challenged Council on the imposition of development fees.

Kevin Dowling
Ecomist Ltd