BEARING is providing survey services for practically every conceivable service application.

River Cross-section: These surveys involve use of land based survey techniques and hydrographic survey techniques. Advanced equipment like DGPS, Digital Echosounder, Total Stations etc., are used for taking river cross section.

Road Survey: These surveys are carried out for proposed roads, strengthening and widening of existing roads. DGPS is used for establishing control points, followed by Total Station survey.

Route Surveys: For Transmission lines, Pipelines, Tunnels etc.

Contour Surveys: Land & Water Bodies.

Topographical Surveys: To capture details and features on the ground. Clubbed with elevation details, these maps are essential part of any project.

Boundary Surveys: To mark the precise boundary of any project on ground.

Measured Building Surveys: Floor plans and elevations are produced mainly for our architectural and engineering clients. They are used for building redevelopment and structural analysis.

Setting-out Work: Transfer of map information to ground. Example include road Centre line, pipeline alignment marking, etc. Tunneling Survey: this is a survey conducted to locate and/or lay out a tunnel's position. This is a rather specialized field with the survey calculations aiding to guide a Tunnel Boring Machine in the correct direction and position.

Traverse: this is a land survey technique uses a series of lines whose distances and lengths have been measured and are connected together by points in determined locations. Traverse lines can be either open or closed and can be adjusted to go around rough terrain or obstacles as required. This land survey technique is commonly used for creating preliminary surveys for the building of new roads.

Leveling: this is a land survey technique that is used to determine the difference in elevation in a specified area by measuring vertical distances on a graduated rod using a leveling instrument. There are a variety of leveling instruments, however dumpy levels, transits and Theodolites are the preferred option. Using trigonometry the difference in elevation between two points can be established.

Quantity Calculation: To calculate cut-fill volumes based on existing levels and planned levels, final levels and initial levels etc.

Reservoir Sedimentation Studies: To calculate amount of silt accumulated in a reservoir over time. Also to calculate rate of sedimentation, balance life of reservoir etc. Used modern tools like Digital echosounder, DGPS, Total Stations and modeling techniques.

Flood Modeling Studies: Complete flood modeling studies including cross section survey and modeling.

Various tools and techniques available with BEARING are used by our experienced personnel for carrying out above mentioned tasks.