Monitoring Services

Our methodologies

We couple efficient and fit for purpose survey methods with rigorous mathematical analysis so that, combined with our experience, we can provide the most appropriate monitoring solution for your requirements. We can propose the most precise and fit-for-purpose technology available to suit your requirements, whether for centimeters, fractions of millimeters or anything in-between. We can offer manual reading methods suitable for longer-term data cycles or easy access situations, or alternatively automated systems suited to higher frequency data or more challenging access situations.

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Reporting and alarms

All monitoring solutions are offered with appropriate formats for reporting and analysis which can be tailored to your requirements. These can range from manually generated and issued reports to real-time data made available through online portals. With the latter appropriate alarms can be configured to warn of pre-determined thresholds being exceeded.

What services do we offer?

Some monitoring applications that we have experience in include:


Dams – annual monitoring for 3D movement.
Survey and geotechnical monitoring during civil works projects.
Rail tunnelling – automated systems to determine the effect of tunnelling on the built environment or of infrastructure development on existing tunnels.
Settlement monitoring of surfaces or infrastructure such as tanks, towers or buildings over time or during nearby works.
Monitoring of subsea spools and structures for pitch, roll and distortion during trial lifts or load out.

Benefits of our monitoring services

DCSurveys offers monitoring survey services ranging from manual survey to automated systems to different industries, providing the following benefits:

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Safety improvements.

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Management of assets or infrastructure.

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Compliance with regulatory authority requirements.

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Ability to control activities (such as tunnelling, excavation, dewatering).

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Reduce possible stresses and structural failures by monitoring lifts and load-outs.