Malcolm Hughes surveyors have recently carried out a Utility -PAS128 Type B (detection) survey at Hampden Park. The survey area includes the carparks outside Hampden Park and also Lesser Hampden, the home of Queens Park. The work is being completed in preparation for Euro 2020 where Hampden Park will be
Malcolm Hughes Land Surveyors have been undertaking works at a cemetery in Inverclyde in an attempt to identify buried grave stones and individual grave plots using Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). Our surveyors used a dual frequency GPR system to undertake the survey which on its own gives excellent detection capabilities.
William Montgomery, Malcolm Hughes Surveyor. Today sees the retirement of William Montgomery, a surveyor at Malcolm Hughes for over thirty years and over forty years in the surveying industry. Below he shares his knowledge of how the industry has developed and what instrumentation was used through the decades.
Following on from last weeks post, here are some more stunning views of the Highlands during another project for client. Photos are courtesy of Vincent O'Kane. To learn more about how Malcolm Hughes can help you, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our services page for more information.
Malcolm Hughes were undertaking topographical and underground utility mapping surveys across a number of small, mostly remote Scottish Water treatment works for the installation of back-up power generators. Both surveys were undertaken to client supplied specifications and also in accordance with our standard survey methodology which follow both RICS Guidance