Based in Perth, Western Australia, we are qualified surveyors with a combined experience of decades specialising in Dimensional Control and precision surveying.
Dimensional Control (DC) is the combination of 3-dimensional measurements with mathematical modelling, to analyse and compare the item surveyed with another object (interface) or with its design.
The objectives of DC surveys are to ensure correct fabrication, installation, alignment and fit up of structures, piping and components.
Dimensional Control methodology is used by us in a wide variety of industries. DC surveys can be found in oil and gas, mining, marine, aeronautical and automotive industries and in general manufacturing and engineering.
Why choose us?
The combination of our experience with the methodologies that we can offer and the technologies available to us enable us to offer the best and most cost effective solution to your measuring needs.
We couple this with providing meaningful reporting formats tailored to your specific requirements.
Fabrication checks against design, including pipe spools, vessels, skids, platforms, and equipment. Emphasis on the critical interface connections often found on such items.
3D Asbuild Surveys
As-build surveys Onshore or Offshore on anything that requires accurate dimensional information. Used by our clients to backdrop on their design to check for clash free designs.
3D Alignment and Symmetry Surveys
Used to check straightness, levelness, flatness, and many other tests on machinery in many industries including mining, manufacturing, shipping, aeronautical and Oil & Gas.
Interface surveys and analysis studies
Surveys as small as spools fitting between fixed tie-ins to offshore platforms fitting to jackets, often with items built in different countries at different temperature scales.
A modern day technology used to capture large datasets or better known as “point clouds” of the objects or environments being scanned.
Used to measurement movement over time, whether it is a dam wall, or realtime movement of a crane lift using automated instrumentation and sensors reading in realtime.
When drawings do not exist, survey methodologies and instrumentation can be used to measure the item to create 3D models and or drawings of the items.
A form of surveying that uses specialised instrumentation to measure objects at a higher accuracy, used across many different industry sectors.
A specialised service used to document through laser scanning an environment and provide a visualisation package for the end user.