New technology paves the way for the expansion of Murphy Surveys UK subsurface mapping team

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New technology paves the way for the expansion of Murphy Surveys UK subsurface mapping team

We’re excited to announce the latest addition to the Murphy Surveys family, the IDS GeoRadar Stream C. The Stream C solution will augment our existing service offering and will provide our clients with faster, more accurate, real-time 3D mapping of underground utilities and buried features. Furthermore, as part of the expansion of the department, we’re delighted to announce 2 new vacancies for Utility Surveyors in the UK.
 
“We’re experiencing an exceptional rise in demand of subsurface mapping in the UK”, comments Kai Duebbert, Managing Director Murphy Surveys. “Our clients want increasing visibility of the location and position of underground utilities, to make more informed decisions on the design and build of a site. But, more importantly the knowledge that can prevent risk of life and unnecessary project delays and costs should a utility be compromised during construction works.”
 
“The space under our cities is getting busier, so it’s now as important as ever to prevent safeguard the hundreds of trenching, digging and boring works taking place all over London and across the UK. To meet demand we’re continuing to invest in the latest innovation and technology. The recent purchase of the Stream C will allow us to very quickly produce a 3D reconstruction of the underground utility network and automatically detect buried pipes and cables in real-time, helping us to deliver projects much faster and more accurately than ever before.”
 
We’re also actively recruiting for specialist Utility Surveyors who have the skill, knowledge and experience in underground mapping. The department currently offers a number of services for property, heritage, engineering and infrastructure, including ground penetration radar, underground utility surveys, geophysical surveys and non-destructive testing to identify the location and position of deep and shallow features such as utilities pipes and wires, rebar and chimney flutes for example.
 
If you’re interested in joining our team as a Utility Surveyor send your CV along with a covering letter to recruitmentuk@murphysurveys.co.uk or visit: http://www.murphysurveys.co.uk/careers/
 
For more information on our subsurface mapping services visit:
http://www.murphysurveys.co.uk/survey-services/