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 email@example.com 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
Malcolm Hughes is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of the business interests of Capital Surveys Limited (CSL). CSL, based near St Albans, was incorporated in 1987 and over a period of 30 years built up a large and diverse client list in London and the South East. Clients included
Malcolm Hughes have recently carried out a bathymetric survey on the River Clyde for the inlet area of a proposed water source heat pump. Following a review of the survey, the pump will power a district heating scheme to supply heat to nearby properties. Our expert surveyors were using a HyDrone-ASV remote controlled
Cyfartha Iron Works in South Wales were founded in 1765, and by 1806 had become the largest in the world. Currently large portions of the original enormous complex that formed the ironworks remain intact today; this includes six of the original blast furnaces. The structure is important due to the