Machine Control & Setting Out
The key to accuracy on any project is the quality of control and setting out. Our engineers are able to undertake all aspects of survey control establishment, checking and maintenance to ensure your site control stays accurate and precise.
We can undertake control checks and transformations as required to ensure you are tying in with design information be it in National or Local Grid formats whether it is for use in construction, monitoring, machine control, or any other application. Setting out can also be undertaken for clients: profile boards, batter rails, kerbing pins, etc can be installed for use on site following interrogation of your design information.
Uploading 3D digital terrain models directly onto our machines gives our operators a complete picture of the job and works required without a stake being put into the ground.
Our Engineering Department works closely with the rest of the NT Killingley team to provide 3D modelling, support and troubleshooting for their fleet of machine controlled equipment. Cut/fill depths, the location of features and depths of construction thicknesses are all available to the driver through the control and display system, these are services we also offer externally.
We can help clients with 3D model creation for use in all machine control systems and applications. We can interrogate on-site control to cross-reference with 3D models, establish base stations and perform transformations from National to Local Grids if necessary to ensure the finished works comply with the design requirements.
Areas of Expertise:
3D GPS Controlled Excavators
3D GPS Controlled Dozers
3D TPS Controlled Excavators
Laser Controlled Excavators
Laser Controlled Dozers
Automated Material Tracking
Our Machine Control contracting service covers the West and East Midlands including South Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, Sheffield and Chesterfield.
To discuss how Machine Control can help increase your accuracy and reduce your costs please contact our friendly team: