Our 3D GPS models are "Survey Quality", giving the contractor the highest quality data possible, helping the contractor get the most out of their machine control investment.
An integral part of the 3D GPS machine control model preparation involves an extensive review by our in-house Professional Engineers. If any discrepancies, conflicts, errors or omissions are identified during this review, we will promptly notify all relevant parties. MESH Consulting's team will work with you and the design engineers to correct any errors or constructibility problems while holding to the original design intent wherever possible. This review and the subsequent resolution of any issues occurs before the start of the project, so problems that would typically result in days or weeks of lost production, are addressed ahead of time and without any impact to the project schedule or budget.
MESH's engineers have experience in preparing models for all sorts of construction projects, including rough and fine roadway grading, utility trench models, stormwater management basins and swales, and footing excavation models. In addition, if surveying is being performed by the contractor, MESH can provide stakeout points for their use (offset points for storm & sanitary structures, curb, etc.) You tell us the offset and how you would like the points setup and we will provide a stakeout file for your use.
Whether you need a model for a subdivision, an airport, a highway or a warehouse/data center - MESH has engineers with years of experience preparing the files you'll need. Our models can be used in any software package (Trimble, Topcon, Leica) and if you run into any issues with model upload or your GPS calibration, we will walk you through these processes. Machine control grading has quickly become the industry standard, but the learning curve can cause some contractors to resist transitioning from the old ways. MESH has helped dozens of contractors make the transition to using machine control and to date, none have switched back.
Survey quality data reduces survey layout costs because:
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