Murphy Surveys provide highly accurate hydrographic surveys in UK. We have proven ability to carry out, manage and deliver large scale projects over vast geographical areas. We operate a consultancy based approach with proactive solutions to resolve any client issues.
All site surveys are costumed to client requirements including ISIS, MIKE & HEC-RAS deliverables. We work to EA & EACSD specifications. All GIS data is converted to shapefiles to meet the client’s requirements and software packages. Our expert team have developed in-house exclusive, bespoke data processing software.
The use of our drone to survey floodplains is beneficial as it is accurate, fast and cost effective in our hydrographic surveys services . The use of the latest integrated survey equipment offers seamless data acquisition and delivery – data can be delivered within just two days of surveying, due to efficient site survey procedures and processing routines.
Murphy Surveys have invested in a wide range of specialist equipment, e.g. boats, jet canoes, hovercraft, echo sounders, tide gauges, sonar scanners, magnetometers, and laser scanners, in order to deliver highly accurate and cost effective flood surveys.
We provide highly accurate surveys that facilitate effective flood risk assessment and management, using bespoke flood survey technologies. Our proven methods eliminate risks, errors, delays and unnecessary costs, while stringent quality control measures ensure superior service at all times.
By using only the latest and highest quality equipment our expert survey team ensure seamless data acquisition and delivery.
Murphy Surveys have developed and grown into the UKs leading surveying company in capturing data for flood modelling:
- Survey flood defenses
- Flood defense asset assessments
- GIS data conversion
- Ground based survey techniques
- Remote sensing techniques
- Capture live flood events
- Detailed site topographic surveys
- Facilitate planning applications
- Developments of flood relief schemes
- Assist with insurance claims
- Threshold levels
- Flood rack marks
- Reclassify flood potential
- Resources to undertake emergency surveys