Topographic and hydrographic measurements
As you can imagine, with a project such as the construction of the second Punta Pacifica artificial residential island it is crucial to get the shape of the project right. Our colleagues of the survey department carry out regular topographic and hydrographic measurements to get a clear picture of what a project looks like both above and below the waterline. The same applies to projects in the offshore industry: before an offshore wind farm such as the Wikinger farm can be built it has to be clear how deep the water is at the site, what the seabed relief is like and what obstacles may be present. You may also work on attractive projects closer to home, for example the A1/A6 motorway expansion. It goes without saying that as a survey specialist you will be working with state-of-the-art equipment.