At Mantank, we offer a wide range of environmental services to both our industrial and domestic clients. This includes ensuring you have everything you need to fully know what is underneath a property or piece of land, with a utility survey. Though you may not have had to have a utility survey carried out before, it’s something that all building and land owners should consider.
By carrying out a survey, we are able to fully detect and map out what is happening underground. Not only does this make any future work a great deal easier, but it also helps to ensure all rules and requirements for safety are being met.
What is a Utility
When you own a piece of land, it’s always a good idea to have a full understanding of what’s going on below the surface. This makes tasks such as manhole inspections, drainage surveys and repairs a lot easier to complete.
By being able to accurately know where everything is, finding specific facilities and features is quick and simple. Plus, it helps to ensure that legislative and safety requirements are being met. After all, these things are a key part of operating successfully.
The best way of gaining this important information is with a utility survey, which uses a range of different techniques to map out anything that’s underground. Not only does this reduce the risk of any unnecessary damage being caused, but it also helps to ensure health and safety. At Mantank, we complete all of our utility services using state-of-the-art equipment and certified professionals.
There are a lot of different elements that make up a utility survey, which is why it’s such a popular route for construction companies and developers to take. In fact, even homeowners can benefit from a utility survey if they are considering having building work carried out. A utility survey detects and maps out any utilities that are found underground; this includes pipes, cables, ducts and drains. By doing so, the survey provides all of the necessary information to take into account before any development or building work takes place.
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