Surveying

LandPartners’ surveying services capture, interpret and present vital data about our clients’ developments.

From high-rise buildings to subterranean infrastructure, we collect accurate spatial information on almost anything – land, structures, easements, flood levels or the volumes of three dimensional spaces that can’t be visualised by the human eye.

Our work is so precise that some government departments and agencies we work with, such as the Queensland Department of Natural Resources and Mines, allow us to self-assess and endorse our cadastral survey plans.

LandPartners has always been an early adopter of specialist surveying technologies and equipment. We use the latest data capture, modelling and surveying tools, such as real time dual frequency GPS receivers and laser scanning systems, to cost-effectively collect and
analyse data.

Our surveying services are extensive, covering:  
• engineering surveys;
• cadastral surveys;
• easement acquisition and land resumption surveys;
• topographic surveys;
• hydrographic surveys, canal and river soundings and volume calculations;
• water usage audits;
• soil erosion and sedimentation control plans;
• geodetic surveys;
• detail, contour and digital terrain model surveys;
• land and building title surveys;
• volumetric format definition surveys;
• GPS real time surveys;
• utilities surveys;
• construction surveys;
• as constructed surveys;
• monitoring surveys to assess structural movement;
• survey plan drafting; and
• survey calculations, and data manipulation and presentation.

Some of our most significant surveying projects have included surveys of the planned city of Springfield in south east Queensland, survey services for Westlink Motorway (NSW), easement surveys for Powerlink Queensland’s electricity transmission network, and
surveying of the 800km Eastern Gas Pipeline between Victoria and New South Wales.