MHLS presents the 3 instruments to Jim Jefferis and Chris Angove at the NCI station St Agnes Head. St Agnes Head NCI station have just taken delivery of a number of digital Surveyors Theodolites which have been kindly donated by Malcolm Hughes Land Surveyors. The theodolites were up for
A New Year and another new project for Malcolm Hughes incorporating laser scanning and UAV surveys. We are working nationally on various national infrastructure and essential works projects. All jobs are being dynamically risk-assessed in line with and above the Government guidelines.
Due to continued growth and development Malcolm Hughes are delighted to announce a significant investment of an additional 8 x Leica RTC360 laser scanners and associated software packages for a full field to finish tailored solution inclusive of Cyclone Register360, Cyclone Publisher & Cloudworx Ultimate (Autodesk suite). Malcolm Hughes Land
We work on projects of all sizes in any location. From boundary disputes and topographical surveys to large infrastructure projects and property portfolios we have the resources and capability for your projects. You can view our full list of services here. Malcolm Hughes provide safe surveying using non-contact methods including
Malcolm Hughes and the Ogilvie Group is proud to be supporting the Mental Health Awareness Week, 13-19 May, run in conjunction with the Mental Health Foundation, Heads Together and This is Me. Across the business a number of activities have been organised including the 'Big Walk' on Wednesday 15th May
Following client feedback, Malcolm Hughes has created a new secure portal for our clients Access is via the Malcolm Hughes website or by clicking here. With a secure ID and password you will access our extranet. This will bring you to a ‘customer extranet’ screen with a list of
Malcolm Hughes are proud to have spent that last two years working and consulting on a fascinating project in Bahrain. This has now been completed and communication from our clients indicate that this has “been a shining success” and that the Bahrain Deputy Prime Ministers Office is “absolutely delighted”. The
An interesting video from the City of York Council, featuring Mike from Malcolm Hughes. Mike and the team of surveyors carried out a river bed surveys on the River Foss to measure the water depth and condition of the water bed. They also performed topographical surveys of the surrounding area.
A recent news article highlights the problems with vital underground utilities, the lack of knowledge when digging/breaking ground and how this lack of understanding can drastically effect the lives of others and at a substantial financial cost! Here at Malcolm Hughes we use a consultancy and advisory approach to the