Every Surveyor is defined by how they overcome challenges. Having the latest technology at your fingertips speeds up the process at every stage, boosting productivity and delivering more for your clients. Leica Geosystems has a history spanning over 200 years of developing technology, designed by Surveyors for Surveyors.
In our latest video, we caught up with the Envelope survey team, high up in the hills above Ōwhiro Bay in Wellington, as they work with Zipline Technologies to help deliver a project that will result in four ziplines and extensive walking tracks throughout the regenerated native bush.
Having worked on some of New Zealand’s largest and most complex residential, commercial and public sector projects, Maven have a focus on delivering excellence for their clients. One of the ways they achieve this is by utilising the latest technology in order to work as productively and efficiently as possible.
The Watercare Central Interceptor Project in Auckland has reached an exciting stage as the team prepare for the arrival of Hiwa-i-te-Rangi their giant new Tunnel Boring Machine [TBM] which is currently being built in Germany. The main contractor Ghella Abergeldie Joint Venture are building the Central Interceptor over six years with most of the construction work taking place underground. The 190m long TBM will be used to bore through the earth’s substrate and lay segments of the tunnel as it goes.
This particular site presented a number of challenges for the Builders and Surveyors involved. The nature of the site was very compact and had tight access issues due to the building occupying almost the entire section.
Multiple contractors onsite working in compact conditions combined with the need to adhere to strict health and safety and contact tracing procedures, meant that the work schedule needed to be planned with military precision.
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