Land or 'Site' Surveying forms a part of several programmes of study including civil engineering, architecture, construction, surveying, geography, environmental management, forensic science and archaeology.
The purpose of studying surveying techniques is to familiarise students with the range of survey methods & equipment that are available today to enable them to either carry out a survey themselves, or to deal effectively with the commissioning of professional surveying services.
- 1no. Leica Viva TPS/GNSS Smartpole system; 10no. Nikon NPL352 reflectorless Total Station theodolites; 5no. Leica TS02 reflectorless Total Station theodolites; 10no. Trimble Recon loggers with Geosite software; 15no. Leica CS20 Captivate loggers; 10no. Nikon AC-2s automatic levels; 8no. Leica NA724 automatic levels; 10no. 50 metre tapes; 10no. 30 metre tapes; 10no. 5 metre tapes; Assorted individual items including ranging poles, site squares, optical squares, traverse prism sets, trundle wheels, Leica Distos, etc.
9.00am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 4.30pm.
Where possible and with prior arrangement, staff will work flexibly during the working day to accommodate specific support requirements which do not fit into the specified timetable.
The Land Surveying can be found in 127 of the Harris BuildingGeneral enquiry