Tandcove’s aerial drone survey services now allow us to create an accurate contour map of large areas of land, with better visuals than conventional surveys, in a fraction of the time. Tandcove’s ability to map larger areas of land means that we are able to provide our clients with an even better understanding of their potential project site.

In the past, company’s wanting to conduct Topographical land surveys had to send physical surveyors out to site, where they would manually measure distances and elevation changes etc; an extremely time consuming process. Tandcove’s aerial drone survey services now allow us to create an accurate contour map of large areas of land, with better visuals than conventional surveys, in a fraction of the time. Tandcove’s ability to map larger areas of land means that we are able to provide our clients with an even better understanding of their potential project site.

Tandcove’s survey results display aspects that would not traditionally be covered such as drainage points, neighboring elevation changes, etc.

General Scope of Work

Tandcove will carry out / procure a topological survey at the proposed project site, supported by aerial Drone imagery and conducted by our qualified Geologist. The survey will identify, at minimum, the following:

1. The perimeter boundary survey coordinates;

2. The limits of administrative and communal boundaries;

3. All roads, surface waters, major landmarks, dense vegetation, isolated trees, fences, gates, any material property line, bridges, existing networks, ruins, shrub lands, settlements, dwellings or any other element present on the surface or observable sub-surface of the site that may impact development and construction; and

4. Underground and overhead utility systems, including water supply wells and lines, drainage channels and culverts, sewerage, cables, drains, gas lines, telephone lines and poles, electrical lines and poles;

Deliverables

Tandcove will provide a topographical map including and conforming to:

1. The map will be at a scale of at least 1:1,000

2. Coordinates linked to (designated)

3. Shapefiles, KMZ and a .DWG map with 3D dimensions;

4. Onsite features identified in the site survey;

5. Contour lines at intervals of a maximum 0.5m;

6. The limits of administrative and communal boundaries;

7. The boundaries of sections and plots with their name and number; and

8. The compass rose indicating true and magnetic North as well as annual magnetic declination rate.