Monitoring / Deformation
We have worked on a wide variety of monitoring schemes including verticality checks, crack & deformity analysis, bridge monitoring and railway monitoring. We have monitored potential movement in historical structures like the world's oldest surviving terminal railway station at Liverpool Road, Manchester and the walls of Liverpool’s Canning Dock. We’ve also worked on challenging projects like monitoring the rail tracks on the costal railway line of Conwy to Llandudno while the revetments of Deganwy were being rebuilt for the National Cycle Route 5.
We have over 40 years’ experience in monitoring power station structures in particular studying the shape and deformities in cooling towers across the world. The recent advancement in Laser Scanning technology has meant we can complete these surveys in a fraction of the time of traditional surveying methodology and with a much higher resolution of data for analysing the cooling tower shape.
We have worked around the world monitoring a wide variety of buildings and structures adapting to the working environment ensuring a safe workplace to monitor the highest accuracy possible. If you worried or want to analyse potential movement or deformities in a structure, please contact us for advice and information on the monitoring services we can provide.