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The disruption of water, electrical, fuel or communication services during construction can cause significant time delays and increased costs to construction projects. Whilst ground topographical surveys often identify service terminal points, the actual service route often does not follow a straight line and terminal points can also be hidden or incorrectly identified. GeoAfrika Surveys seeks to mitigate this risk for clients by employing Service Detection technology on sites. The technology allows for the detection of services up to 2.5m below ground level using a combination of RADAR and energy detection.
The construction of improved road and highway infrastructure is a complex task. Civil engineering designers need as much information as possible to ensure that they plan new infrastructure that meets [...]
Transnet (the South African Rail, Port and Pipeline company) required a detailed topographical survey to inform the design process for the upgrading of the Hoedspruit and Natalspruit Marshalling Yards. GeoAfrika [...]
The Solaray Group specialises in engineered solutions and project management, which enables it to provide turnkey Solar PV and Solar Thermal installations for commercial and industrial clients, as well as [...]