Is a process whereby a land surveyor permanently records the Utility Detection survey that has already been conducted by our utility detection technicians.
All utility data marked on the ground surface is recorded on a site drawing using either Total Station surveying techniques or else GPS wherever possible.
Additional details including fixed surface utility features such as inspection chambers, pipe diameters, flow, valve boxes, telegraph poles and key topographic features including building lines, fence lines, kerb lines and street furniture. Street names, building names and house numbers will also be included to assist in the site location.
UDS then provides a top quality colour coded survey drawing of the detected utilities combined with key topographic features, and this would be on of our deliverables. This as part of our deliverables would then be presented in 'hard' (paper drawing) format accompanied by an electronic format.