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
Shane Gwilt (Leica Geosystems) and Ryan Bell (Malcolm Hughes Utility Survey Manager) £100,000 Tech Investment by Malcolm Hughes Malcolm Hughes has taken delivery of an IDS Stream C GPR. This radar joins our expanding fleet of survey equipment and will be used predominantly on PAS128 M3 & M4(P) surveys. This
Nick Hampson congratulating Darren Lunn, Malcolm Hughes SHEQ Manger , who was instrumental in this achievement. Malcolm Hughes Land Surveyors Ltd has achieved ISO 45001:2018 The new international standard was only released in March 2018 and Malcolm Hughes Land Surveyors Ltd have worked hard to gain the accreditation to show
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
Ogilvie Group has moved up 6 places in Business Insider’s list of the Top 500 Scottish Companies. Now placed inside the top 100 at 97th place, the list is ranks businesses based on a number of factors including turnover, employee size and profit per employee.
Ogilvie Group has restructured its surveying businesses to operate under the Malcolm Hughes brand, creating one of the largest companies in the sector. The Group’s other established surveying businesses, Loy Surveys and Longdin and Browning have been merged into Malcolm Hughes. The business will continue to operate from its six
The SX10 enables the capture of both high-accuracy measurements critical for traditional survey projects and rich point cloud data at 26,600 points per second with a range of up to 600 meters. This means surveyors can include 3D scanning as part of everyday workflows, dramatically increasing productivity for topographic surveys,