Providing insights ranging from pre-construction intelligence to optimisation of construction methods and programmes, the SOCOTEC Monitoring team has earned their reputation as a valued partner on large-scale civil engineering projects, delivering geotechnical and structural monitoring services to help keep people and assets safe.
We provide precise measurement and monitoring of critical structures which might be affected by demolition or construction relating to property development, deep excavations, tunnelling and underground construction. SOCOTEC delivers early warning to stakeholders of any movements which pose a potential risk to health, safety, project timescales or budgets.
Over the past 30 years, SOCOTEC Monitoring has enabled project managers, engineers and surveyors to access reliable data on the buildings, transport infrastructure, ground and environment which could be affected by their projects, with the opportunity to visualise data through their proprietary online monitoring software. With experience gained on projects such as Paddington Station, Euston Station, 1 Liverpool Street and Elephant & Castle Development, we are continually developing innovative methods for ensuring civil engineering projects can be undertaken with the least amount of risk for the client and the project team.
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We have the expertise to know what can be achieved, and the resources to ensure this can be deployed to site quickly so that data can be visualised for the project team. Get in touch now or find out more about how we analyse what solution we recommend for your project.
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