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    WE CARRY OUT SURVEYS FOR HOUSE BUILDERS and contractors THROUGHOUT THE UK

    David Storm
    Bellway Homes
    - Technical Director

    I have worked with DRONE SURVEYING for some years now, from checking a boundary of new land to auditing earthworks. The use of drones on our sites is now standard; we monitor progress and calculate cut and fill via the online software as our sites progress.

    Ian McIntyre
    Miller Homes
    - Build Engineer Manager

    The use of regular mass data collection and the latest drone technology and practises will without doubt save us time and money on our sites. 

    Iain Hamilton
    Taylor Wimpey
    - Technical Director

    We use DRONE SURVEYING on all of our sites to support our cut and fill strategy, with regular surveys and their cutting-edge software, we are able to manage our sites much more effectively. 

    Adam Bills
    Countryside Properties
    - Associate Development Director

    Having now worked with DRONE SURVEYING engineering solutions for a number of years, their services have proven to be invaluable conducting our volumetric surveys, progress videos and cut and fill support.  The drone data platform has allowed us to get the best from the data with full support and training provided from the DS team

    Jacob Henry
    Redrow
    - Engineering Manager

    The drone data helps us to make quicker and smarter key decisions to ensure we have budget and time control on our projects.  Having monthly surveys on our sites ensures we keep full control of all earth movements.

    Greg Richards
    Taylor Wimpey
    - Senior Engineer

    Using aerial imagery from drone surveys helps us anticipate errors or mistakes in the next stage of development instead of waiting for work to start on the ground.  This proactive approach has saved us hundreds of thousands of pounds; a reactive approach can be costly

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