Drainage And Sewer Surveys

In the intricate world of infrastructure, Drainage and Sewer Surveys play an important role in ensuring efficient waste management and preventing potential hazards. These surveys encompass a range of technologies to assess the condition of sewer systems, pits, chambers, and pipelines.

Drainage and Sewer Surveys are comprehensive assessments of underground sewage and drainage systems. These surveys employ advanced technologies to map and analyse the condition of pipes, manholes, chambers, and more. They provide crucial data for effective maintenance, rehabilitation, and planning of the drainage networks.


Key Survey Elements

  • Pit Mapping and Chamber Analysis: Our surveys include detailed mapping of pits and chambers, encompassing chamber size, material, invert levels, and structural conditions. This information is pivotal for optimising maintenance and addressing potential blockages.
  • Manhole Laser Scanning: Cutting-edge laser scanning technology captures highly accurate 3D models of manholes, providing insight into their structural integrity and identifying areas of concern.
  • Detailed Internal Manhole Reports: Our reports offer comprehensive assessments of manhole conditions, highlighting defects, corrosion, and structural vulnerabilities. This enables precise planning for necessary repairs.
  • CCTV Inspection of Pipes: Closed-circuit television (CCTV) inspections of pipes provide visual verification of pipe conditions, identifying cracks, blockages, and other issues that could impede proper drainage.
  • GIS Data Delivery: Geographic Information System (GIS) data delivery ensures that survey results are integrated into existing mapping systems, enabling efficient management and decision-making.


Why Drainage And Sewer Surveys?

Preventive Maintenance

By identifying issues before they escalate, these surveys help prevent costly emergencies and environmental contamination.

Optimised Resource Allocation

Accurate data guides resource allocation, ensuring that maintenance efforts are focused on areas that need immediate attention.

Long-Term Cost Savings

Proactive maintenance based on survey data prolongs the life of drainage and sewer systems, reducing the need for expensive replacements.