PERTH-based company CADS Survey is one of the leading suppliers of marine, pipeline, civil hydrographic and aerial surveying services in the mining industry.
CADS Survey operations manager Beau Lester said it was largely due to the company’s team of experienced surveyors.
“Our senior surveyors have extensive experience across a diverse array of construction projects and are able to provide invaluable insights and recommendations to our clients,” he said.
“The team have helped improve methodologies and have successfully completed projects on time and within budget.”
Accompanying CADS Survey’s wealth of experience is its investment in the latest technology. It was the first company in Australia licensed by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority to fly the new UAV Aibot X6 Hexacopter in its Aerial Division.
“The company adopted the rotary UAV technology for its many benefits including: increased safety, high accuracy, value, rapid turnaround of data, versatility and its speed as opposed to traditional surveying methods,” said Mr Lester.
CADS Survey offers its clients the complete range of surveying services including: wharf and jetty construction, hydrographic, pipeline, civil, 3D modelling, laser scanning, structural, mechanical and piping and aerial UAV surveys.
Specialising in machine control and the surveying of large-scale projects, CADS’ most noticeable project in recent times is the Roy Hill project – package 3 with BGC.
“CADS Survey is working on the construction of a stockyard, terminal yard, 950 piles, 40km rail and 20km road and car dumper,” said Mr Lester.
Other projects CADS Survey has worked on include Rio Tinto’s Sino Iron and Cape Lambert projects in WA, BHP’s RGP5 and RGP6 projects in Port Hedland, and the Hay Point Coal Terminal in Queensland.
For more information visit: www.cadssurvey.com.au