Geotechnical and Structural Monitoring
SOCOTEC's Monitoring team specialise in design, installation and data provision for geotechnical and structural monitoring systems.
SOCOTEC's Monitoring team specialises in design, installation and data provision for geotechnical and structural monitoring systems. Combining industry-leading installation expertise and knowledge on how to add value engineering to monitoring scheme design, we deliver critical real-time intelligence to manage the condition of sites dependably and cost-effectively.
With over 30 years of civil engineering experience, we are the trusted contractor in construction, rail, highways, utilities, energy and ports across the UK.
SOCOTEC's Monitoring team has been and continues to be, involved in some of the largest construction Projects in the UK including Crossrail, HS2, Victoria Station Upgrade (VSU), Battersea Power Station, Elephant & Castle redevelopment, Lower Thames Crossing and Silvertown Tunnel.
Working alongside other SOCOTEC UK Divisions, we are able to support a wide range of activities under one interface – bringing significant financial and management benefits to clients.
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Why choose SOCOTEC Monitoring?
Almost anyone can decide to monitor a parameter on their asset, buy a sensor off the shelf, install it and get the raw data from that sensor. However, this is not ‘Monitoring’. In order to get the benefit from a Monitoring system the end-to-end process has multiple challenges and complexities.
With 30 years of experience of designing and installing monitoring systems, SOCOTEC Monitoring works with you to really understand the parameters to be measured, involving stakeholders and supporting your engineering teams to gain quality data and insight.
Read our blog on "Why Installing Sensors is not Monitoring" for further information.
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