Imagine the situation: you have a construction project, and everything looks fine. A surveyor finished the preliminary job.


Suddenly, a mistake happens, and you throw off your design plans. You don't want that, right?


As time goes on and construction standards grow, there is one critical word: precision. That's why you need quality and accurate surveying to establish the correct spots for the construction project: survey benchmarks.

Why is it important to specify these spots?

This surveying method (traverse) has one main goal: to establish a network of fixed points and measure the distance between each spot. In that way, it provides the necessary precision for your construction project.



What are the benefits of traverse surveys and setting benchmarks?

·       Less possibility for mistakes and higher accuracy: essential for the project

·       It's appropriate and adjustable to any terrain: traverse survey allows you to form any shape and set up survey benchmarks in any area

·       Saves time: you need fewer observations at each station


What are the main types, and what are they the best suited for?

Open traverse: it starts at one location and ends at another. It's suitable for roads, coastlines, highways, and so on.


Closed traverse: forms a closed shape. It's suitable for lakes, woodlands, sports fields and similar.

A single mistake can ruin the entire project. Nobody wants that.


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