Undertaking a jetty survey for a large international port on the south coast brings its own unique set of challenges. Brunel Surveys’ Peter Worthington tackles the access difficulties of a twenty-four hour working port, a swaying boat as a base from which to survey, a tiny tidal window and the need to accurately survey the 200 piles supporting the 170m long deck.

Prior to the planned refurbishment and modernisation of a large international port on the south coast of England, a full topographical survey of the port, its roads and a 170m jetty were required. Contracted to undertake this work was Wiltshire based Brunel Surveys Ltd, a company renowned for the high quality of its drawings, data and 3D models.

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