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3D Digitisation of underground assets to facilitate maintenance and reduce risk
Put simply, the investigation of underground assets which are buried and largely inaccessible, can require extensive costs and/or significant OH&S measures.

This webinar is aimed at demonstrating the benefits of applying the most up-to-date technologies and workflows to the surveying and inspection of underground assets, and the resulting demonstrable reduction in long-term project risks. In addition, a demonstration of the benefits of an underground 3D BIM environment in order to provide a single source database of maintenance records, thus reducing the traditional paper-trail of on-site engineering maintenance works.

Registration is free and spaces are limited so book yours now.

More information about Murphy Surveys: www.murphysurveys.co.uk

May 26, 2020 11:00 AM in London

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Andy Kitson
Geospatial Consultant (Subsurface) @Murphy Surveys
Andy has an extensive experience in subsurface mapping and surveys, and specialises in developing bespoke surveys for clients. With a background in utility mapping and multifaceted GPR surveys, Andy is ideally suited to providing solutions to even the most complex subsurface mapping scenarios. With a strong belief in protecting staff and assets, Andy is always seeking new ways to conduct surveys remotely and non-intrusively to reduce risk.
Jonathan Butler
Geospatial Consultant (Property) @Murphy Surveys
Jonathan has a wealth of experience in 3D Laser Scanning and Scan-to-BIM workflows, specialising in project-specific geospatial services across a range of construction and engineering sectors. Jonathan works on providing solutions for the most sizeable, complex and difficult sites and always seeks to use the most up to date technologies to facilitate our geospatial services and minimise project risks for our clients.
David Graham
Associate Director @Murphy Surveys
David heads up the Subsurface Engineering Division in Ireland, supporting clients investigating the underground environment in order to plan, design and construct with confidence. David’s career spans over two decades specialising in the utilities and engineering sector. David has also been instrumental in the formation of multinational joint venture teams to successfully manage projects requiring multi-disciplined resources shaping the future of the utility industry in Ireland.