Land surveying plays a crucial role in the successful planning, development, and management of construction projects. At Ayoroa Simmons, we utilize a blend of modern and traditional land surveying methods, combined with Building Information Modeling (BIM), to meet the growing demand for geospatial products that support the AECO indutry. Our unique expertise in land surveying and BIM allows us to deliver comprehensive datasets that seamlessly integrate both horizontal (land) and vertical (buildings) infrastructure components. By choosing our services, you can rely on our commitment to accuracy, efficiency, and seamless coordination throughout your project.
Our team of experienced land surveyors is committed to providing expert consultation and ongoing support throughout your project. We collaborate closely with our clients, offering tailored solutions to meet your project's specific land surveying requirements. Whether you need assistance with boundary surveys, topographic surveys, ALTA surveys, or construction layout, our dedicated professionals are here to guide you every step of the way.
Modern land surveying methods include the use of technologies such as Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS), robotic total stations, aerial drones, LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). In the hands of skilled survey professionals, these technologies enable accurate measurements, data collection, and mapping, which can greatly benefit the planning, development, and as-built stages of a construction project.
At Ayoroa Simmons, we understand the importance of supporting our clients with their specific land surveying requirements. Our team of experienced land surveyors is dedicated to collaborating closely with clients to ensure their needs are met and that their projects are successful. Here's how we provide support in utilizing modern land surveying technologies:
Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS): We leverage the power of GNSS technology to achieve precise positioning and accurate measurements. By using GNSS receivers, we can capture data from satellite constellations such as GPS, GLONASS, and Galileo. This allows us to obtain high-quality geospatial data that is essential for various surveying applications.
Robotic Total Stations: Our team utilizes robotic total stations, which combine electronic distance measurement and robotic technology. These advanced instruments enable us to measure angles, distances, and elevations with high accuracy and efficiency. Robotic total stations enhance our surveying capabilities by streamlining data collection and increasing productivity.
Aerial Drones: We harness the capabilities of aerial drones to capture detailed imagery and collect aerial data for surveying purposes. Drones equipped with high-resolution cameras and LiDAR sensors provide us with valuable information about topography, vegetation, and infrastructure. By utilizing drones, we can efficiently survey large areas, inaccessible terrains, and obtain up-to-date and comprehensive data.
LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging): We employ LiDAR technology to generate highly accurate and detailed three-dimensional representations of land surfaces, buildings, and other infrastructure. LiDAR uses lasers to measure distances, allowing us to create precise elevation models of terrain and 3D models of buildings. This data is invaluable for land development, flood modeling, and infrastructure planning.
- Boundary Surveys
- Topographic Surveys
- ALTA Surveys
- Construction Layout
- UAS / Drone Based Surveys
- High-Definition 3D Surveys
- 3D Laser Scanning
- GPS Surveys