Case Studies
PAS128 Utility Survey at Infinity Park, Derby
Amethyst Surveys were pleased to undertake this comprehensive PAS128 Utility Survey in Derby for our client, a Nottingham-based consulting engineering firm. The survey was commissioned to support a development project, with some elements of the survey undertaken overnight in order to minimise disruption.
PAS128 Utility Survey at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge
Amethyst Surveys were pleased to undertake this PAS128 Utility Survey for our client, Morgan Sindall Construction, to assist with their project at the Cambridge campus of Anglia Ruskin University. The campus, located within Cambridge’s bustling city centre, houses one of only 9 optometry schools in the UK.
Measured Building Survey of Warehouse in Blackpool, Lancashire
Amethyst Surveys were pleased to undertake this measured building survey of a large store and warehouse in Blackpool, Lancashire for our client, BCAL Consulting. The site is home to the Blackpool branch of a national wholesaler and a measured building survey was instructed to support with refurbishment plans.
Underground Utility Survey of an Industrial Estate, West Sussex
We were delighted to undertake this underground utility survey of an industrial estate in Crawley, West Sussex. The industrial estate was being considered for redevelopment and various measured surveys, including this highly-detailed underground utility survey, were instructed to support both the architect and developer with determining project feasibility.
Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool
We were delighted to undertake this PAS128 Utility Survey at Grundy Art Gallery in Blackpool, Lancashire. Built in 1911, this Grade II listed building, which is notable for both its Edwardian architecture and its eclectic artwork, sits in the very heart of Blackpool and is owned and operated by Blackpool Town Council.
Telehouse Data Centre
Telehouse is a provider of industry-leading data colocation services with data centres across the globe in various locations.The London data centre, Telehouse North opened in 1990 and was the first purpose-built colocation data centre in Europe. Their global coverage of carrier dense data centres have resulted in Telehouse being one of the most established colocation data centre providers in Europe. Telehouse London Docklands was the first and remains the primary home of LINX, the London Internet Exchange.In August 2020, Telehouse International Corporation of Europe, announced their plan to expand its London data centre campus with the creation of a new data centre.With the planned expansion and associated construction works comes the requirement to know and understand the exact locations of all underground services. This is where our highly trained and experienced survey teams come in.
Crystal Palace Park
Crystal Palace Park was created in the 1850’s to be the permanent setting of the relocated Crystal Palace. Sir Joseph Paxton designed the park as an educational attraction with the hope of entertaining and inspiring visitors with its innovative displays. The park utilised the natural topography of the Norwood Ridge, which provided views across London and allowed the Palace to be seen from the surrounding area. Paying visitors could enjoy geological displays and full-scale models of dinosaurs, along with landscaped gardens which included a series of magnificent fountains. These cascading water features and fountains were part of an innovative pump system which circulated the water to the top of the park via reservoirs. In 1894 the two largest fountains were grassed over, and the south basin was converted to a football stadium. This stadium would go on to host the FA Cup Final for 20 years, as well as being the home stadium of Crystal Palace F.C. The old football ground would go on to be redeveloped again in 1964 as the National Sports Centre which continues to host international athletics meetings and open-air concerts.
Woodberry Down London
We were instructed by Berkeley Group to undertake a full 3D Utility Mapping Survey on the Woodberry Down Estate in conjunction with the large 25-year Hackney Council regeneration project.
Harlow Town Centre & Bus Station
We were instructed to undertake a full Underground Utility Mapping Survey, a GPR Survey of the existing utilities, and a full CCTV Condition Survey of the drainage system to enable improvement works. The Harlow Bus Station is situated right in the centre of town and a hive of activity for the majority of the day.
Nursemaids Tunnel
The Nursemaids Tunnel is a Grade II listed building. It was built around 1821 and is one of the oldest surviving pedestrian subways in London. It links the two Crown Estate private gardens of Park Square and Park Crescent.
Sizewell C Nuclear Power Station Project
Working for our good friends at Terrain Surveys, we were contracted to undertake full PAS128 Type B Utility Surveys at the location of the proposed Sizewell C Power Station, and surrounding infrastructure areas.
Moorfield Eye Hospital
Working for one of our regular clients, and on behalf of the Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, we were contracted to undertake full 3D Utility Surveys of the entire hospital in preparation for site improvements.
Liverpool FC Training Academy
Working for our long-standing client and fellow TSA member, Formby Surveys, we were instructed to undertake full utility mapping surveys at the Liverpool FC Training Academy in Kirkby, Liverpool. Whether you’re a red, a blue, or a football fan of any team, working on a site like this can be very interesting. The purpose of the survey was to assist the planned improvements of the Academy facilities, in preparation of the first teams move from Melwood.
New Oxford Street London
Undertaking and delivering highly detailed surveys is our speciality. Our client for this particular project requested a full utility mapping survey to be presented in 2D and 3D model formats.