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» Topographical Survey
topographical surveyTopography refers to the characteristics of the land surface. These characteristics include relief, natural features, and artificial (orman-made) features. Relief is the conjuration of the earth’s surface and includes such features as hills, valleys, plains, summits, depressions, and other natural features, such as trees, streams, and lakes. Man-made features are highways, bridges, dams, wharfs, buildings, and so forth. A graphic representation of the topography of an area is called a topographic map. A topographic map is simply a drawing that shows the natural and artificial features of an area. A topographic survey is a survey conducted to obtain the data needed for the preparation of a topographic map. This data consists of the horizontal and vertical locations of the features to be shown on the map.
 
» Road/Highway Surveys
road surveyA Highway/Road survey can be used to provide an accurate layout of the road, utilities, drainage, overhead wires, nearby buildings, and other features. With multiple teams trained to Streetworks Unit 2 & 10 - Signing, Lighting & Guarding in accordance with Chapter 8 of the Traffic Signs Manual 2006 and utilising the latest Reflectorless and Robotic Total Stations, Leica GPS equipment and survey software. We are able to perform a survey of a carriageway or public highway with the minimum disruption to the flow of traffic, whilst still delivering highly accurate data that can be issued as 2D and 3D AutoCAD DWG & Microstation files, MX Genio or where Laser Scanning is employed a 3D registered point cloud that can be modelled and interpolated.
Our Highways surveyors also produce As-Built Surveys for Highway and Sewer Adoption, (Section 38, 102, 104, 106, 185, 278, etc) to the standard detailed in the latest revision of Sewers for Adoption. This includes providing drawings to the required standard and colouring schedule for the adopting authority.
 
» Telecom & OFC Surveys
telecom We provide the following Services:
• Optical Fiber Communication Backbone/Access Networks.
• Route Survey for OFC routes and obtaining ROWs.

Scope
Scope of Optical Fiber Cable Works includes the following :-
• Total Design
• Route Survey,
• Right of Way permissions
• Submission of As-built drawings


BackboneNetwork
Designing solutions has wide experience in implementing major OFC projects in record time. Designing solutions has undertaken OFC projects totaling more than 50,000 kms, for various network operators in India. The following services are offered:
• Route Survey and design
• Preparation of BOQ
• Right of Way Permissions

AccessNetwork
Designing solutions undertakes Access Network Projects based on Optical Fiber Cable. Backed up by wide experience in building access networks for various Telecom Service Providers, the company has executed Access Network Projects covering approximately 5000 km OFC route in urban areas. The following services are offered:
• Survey and Digitized Maps For Proposed Routes
• Route Survey
• Right of Way Permissions
 
» Cadastral Surveys
cadastral surveyCADASTRAL SURVEYS are conducted to establish the exact location, boundaries, or subdivision of a tract of land in any specified area. This type of survey requires professional registration in all states. Presently, land surveys generally consist of the following chores:
• Establishing markers or monuments to define and thereby preserve the boundaries of land belonging to a private concern, a corporation, or the government.
• Relocating markers or monuments legally established by original surveys.
• This requires examining previous survey records and retracing what was done. When some markers or monuments are missing, they are re -established following recognized procedures, using whatever information is available.
• Rerunning old land survey lines to determine their lengths and directions. As a result of the high cost of land, old lines are premeasured to get more precise measurements.
• Subdividing landed estates into parcels of predetermined sizes and shapes.
• Calculating areas, distances, and directions and preparing the land map to portray the survey data so that it can be used as a permanent record.
 
» City & Town Planning Surveys
city town surveyProviding services using state-of-the-art technologies like DGPS, Satellite imagery, Total stations, etc. for surveying and mapping accurately. Town planning surveys helping in planning and development practices, including the provision of advice on development proposals of all types, the preparation and management of development applications, urban and subdivisional layout design, the provision of expert evidence in planning appeal cases, strategic planning and the formulation of planning instruments and policy for local government.
 
» Hydrographic & Irrigation Surveys
hydrographic surveyThis type of survey work involves surveying open channel cross-sections across the watercourse, structure cross-sections, and flood plain topographical surveys as required.The data collected during these Survey can be provided in many formats, including AutoCAD DWG, ISIS & HEC-RAS; which are standard software packages used by hydraulic engineers.Also, increasingly now, developers are being asked to have flood risk assessments carried out to study the potential ramifications of their proposed development.
 
» DGPS Surveys
dgps surveyDGPS/GNSS receivers are use in high-performance applications such as land and marine surveying, civil engineering, GIS data collection, machine control, construction, dredging, geodesy, meteorology, forestry, avionics, transportation, asset tracking, oil & gas research, ground vehicle navigation, and other geo-positioning/geo-referencing applications.
 
» Geographical Information System
dgps surveyA geographic information system (GIS) integrates hardware, software, and data for capturing, managing, analyzing, and displaying all forms of geographically referenced information. GIS allows us to view, understand, question, interpret, and visualize data in many ways that reveal relationships, patterns, and trends in the form of maps, globes, reports, and charts. A GIS helps you answer questions and solve problems by looking at your data in a way that is quickly understood and easily shared. GIS technology can be integrated into any enterprise information system framework.
 
» Transmission Line Surveys
dgps surveyThe technical specifications covers detailed survey including routealignment, profiling, tower spotting, optimization of locations, check survey,contouring, and soil investigation for the transmission lines
Detailed Survey using GPS, Total Work stations, long range scanners & Digital theodolites of reasonable accuracies or alternatively using ALTM(Airborne Laser Terrain Modeling) techniques, inter-alia including :

Digitised profiling along the selected route along with plan details.
• Computer aided tower spotting & optimization
• Soil resistivity measurement along the route
• Preparation of Survey reports including estimation of Bill of Quantities, identification and explanation of route constraints (like Forest,Animal/Bird sanctuary, reserve coal belt areas, oil pipe line/underground inflammable pipe lines etc.), infrastructure details available enroute etc.

Wherever the route Alignment has already been carried out for the line usingsatellite imageries of NRSA (PAN & LISS-III merged product) and Survey of Indiatopographical maps (scale 1:50000), any changes necessitated during executionstage in the route alignment, same shall be carried out by the contractor usingsatellite imageries / topographical maps.

Requirement of Transmission Line Routing (for changes if any necessitated onaccount of site constrains etc.):
• The Re-alignment, if any required, of the transmission line shall be mosteconomical from the point of view of construction and maintenance. The contractor shall identify & examine alternative route alignments and suggest to the Owner the optimal route alignment.
• Routing/Re-routing of transmission line through protected/reserved forest area should be avoided. In case it is not possible to avoid the forests or areas having
• Large trees completely, then keeping in view of the overall economy, the routeshould be aligned in such a way that cutting of trees is minimum.
• The route should have minimum crossings of Major river, Railway lines