The complex of works on engineering and geodetic surveys

 

Ground laser 3D scanning

 

The complex of works on engineering-geological surveys

 

Our research is the foundation of a durable future.

ELLIPS UDP is a team of specialists in the field of engineering survey. We carry out a full range of engineering and survey works:

Engineering and geodetic works:

The complex of works aimed at obtaining information about the relief and situation of the area; serves as the basis for the design, and for other types of surveys and surveys.

Topographical survey

Topographic survey is a complex of works on the creation of topographic plans and maps of various scales. Geodetic surveying of large-scale terrain remains the most demanded, which is necessary when conducting surveys, developing master plans for new construction, renovations, and landscape design.

Geodetic works in construction

Geodetic works in construction represent a complex of measurements, calculations and constructions on the ground, in which the design placement of structures with the required accuracy and the erection of their structures (elements) must be ensured in full compliance with their geometric parameters and the requirements of regulatory documents.

Terrestrial 3D laser scanning

The essence of laser scanning technology is to determine the spatial coordinates of the surface of the object. This is accomplished by measuring the distance to all designated points using a laser-free reflectionless range finder.

Observations on the deformations of buildings and structures

To obtain a complete and reliable picture of the deformation of buildings, buildings and their individual elements, it is necessary to systematically monitor the vertical displacements of foundation elements (piles) and deviations from the vertical of the supporting structures (columns) of buildings.

Land survey

Surveying is one way of fixing the boundaries of the site and fixing its coordinates in different systems, in other words, it is a geodetic method of measuring land in a rectangular coordinate system (ie, in the horizontal plane).

Geological surveys

Engineering and geological surveys are carried out to determine the reliability of the site set aside for construction, immediately prior to the design of the foundation of the future object.

Dewatering

Under unfavorable ground conditions, when the groundwater level is too high, or when there is a threat of flooding the construction site with surface groundwater, there is a need to organize water drainage and drainage.

Our research is the foundation of a durable future.

Engineering and geodetic works:

creation (development) of reference geodetic networks, including geodetic networks of special purpose for construction;
optical survey in scales of 1: 10000 ÷ 1: 200, including shooting of underground and surface facilities;
updating of topographic (engineering-topographical) and cadastral plans on a scale of 1: 10000 ÷ 1: 200 in graphic, digital, photographic and other forms.
transferring in nature and plan-altitude binding of project elements on the ground;
engineering and hydrographic surveys;
development of engineering topographic plans of the route and its options, shooting plans, individual design sections;
creating longitudinal profiles of the route with options;
development and planning of approaches to the end points of the route of the designed linear structure (substations, KNS, VNS, etc.);
ground laser 3D scanning.

Geotechnical works:

conducting route observations (reconnaissance survey);
geophysical surveys;
conducting field studies of soils;
conducting hydrogeological studies;
conducting seismological studies;
stationary observations;
laboratory studies of soils and groundwater;
a survey of the soils of the foundations of existing buildings and structures;
forecasting changes in engineering and geological conditions;
laboratory support for earthworks;
water decrease.

Terrestrial 3D laser scanning:

The ELLIPS UDP company performs work using the technology of ground-based 3D laser scanning designed to solve a wide range of tasks in a variety of conditions. The list of typical industries and types of work includes:

survey of industrial facilities;
surveying work;
construction of engineering structures;
architecture and design;
preservation and restoration of cultural heritage.

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