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Great Wakering, Essex, SS3 0AR.
Tel: (01702) 216218
PC Surveying Services is a family run business.
I am an ex local government officer and I do all the surveying and drawing and my wife keeps me organised, does the books, keeps track of projects, does all the correspondence and when required is my able site assistant
My formal training was in Civil Engineering working in local government for 30 years. I am a Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
I joined Southend-
In 1996 I transferred into a new section, tasked with installing and running one of the first town centre closed circuit television security surveillance systems in the UK. I worked in a team of three and helped to design and implement what eventually became a £4 million scheme, comprising some 300 cameras, with almost 90 miles of fibre-
As well as running the CCTV Service, another of my responsibilities was to provide engineering support for the Council’s team of special event organisers. One of my annual roles was the Southend air-
In 2006 I became fully responsible for the cctv system after my two colleagues retired and I then ran and further expanded it until July 2011, when I took voluntary redundancy.
A chance encounter with an old colleague of mine who was looking for a land surveyor gave me the reason to start my own surveying business and so, with the help of my wife, PC Surveying Services was born.
Since then we have carried out survey work for Qinetq (MOD Contractor) on Foulness Island, surveying over 20 miles of seawall and devising a tide risk calculator that identifies where the seawall may be at risk during tidal events, we have carried out surveys for land registry issues and boundary disputes, provided level surveys for flood risk assessments and set out land parcels for purchasers.
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