Mechanical Installation Surveys
Determining a potential construction site’s ability to house heavy mechanical instruments is a crucial step before development begins. Mechanical installation surveys clarify elements such as no-treatment zones or varying levels of soil disturbance which could have an impact on mechanical equipment prior to construction. Mechanical installation surveys include topographical maps, approximated boundary measurement and the accepted rate of soil disturbance permitted by the proposed site.
Mechanical installation surveys are used by:
- oil and gas companies prior to construction of permanent mechanical installations
- companies in the industry with existing sites maintaining acceptable soil disturbance levels
- companies in the industry measuring developing boundaries from adjacent properties