Jones Engineering Group Geo-Survey Division – ‘Improving the link between design and site’

Offer our customers various high quality survey solutions through a combination of highly qualified / experienced personnel, and cutting edge technologies.
Enable improved design by providing accurate geo-spatial information of existing features, showing all of their elements and components.
Reduce the risk of dimensional errors throughout projects by accurately implementing design to site, through a myriad of techniques that are bespoke to each project’s requirements.


  • 3D Laser Scanning
    • High definition Laser Scanning technology rapidly scans across an object or surface to collect a detailed 3D point cloud containing millions of individual 3D points with accuracies of up to 1mm. Laser Scanning allows us to analyse a real-world object or environment, its shape and location.
  • High Precision Setting Out
    • High precision Setting Out ensures positional accuracy as the elements of design and build come together in a construction project. Optimal results are achieved through our stringent checking and in-house QA procedures, to ensure locations can be set out in any coordinate system to sub-millimetre accuracies.
  • 2D / 3D mapping
    • Mapping is the three dimensional graphic representation of objects and features that can be produced in a range of scales, consisting of a variety of methods of data collection, for various uses. Topographic surveys are often required for planning and design for architectural and engineering purposes. As-Built Surveys consolidate design and minimise delays during fabrication and construction.
  • Utility Surveys
    • Underground Utility Surveys combine a number of non-intrusive survey techniques to detect and map all utility services in an area. Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR), Radio Signal Locator, Electromagnetic Energy Locator, Pipe and Cable Locator, and Acoustic Wave Technologies are all employed as tools in a comprehensive Utility survey of underground structures, chambers, and associated cable and pipe networks.
  • Monitoring + Inspection
    • Monitoring & Inspection surveys ensure that construction works and process equipment operate safely within the specified limits. Monitoring of 2D/3D displacement, deformation, strain, and vibration supports the graphical interpretation of a structure or objects behaviour with accurate measurements, whilst not disrupting construction or process works.
  • Control Networks
    • Site Control is a network of permanent reference points upon which all other measurement activities are based. An initial traverse establishes a precise control network which can be linked to Irish Transverse Mercator (ITM), Irish National Grid (ING), Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM), or a site specific local grid which is best fit to existing structures. Control networks ensure accuracy and consistency in measurement.
  • BIM Support
    • From pre-design data collection to accurate on-site implementation, our comprehensive Building Information Modelling support package allows clients to achieve great benefits in a wide range of projects. Use of Laser Scan, Total Station, Laser Level, and many more survey instrumentation ensures BIM support solutions to manage even the most complex undertaking.


Our comprehensive portfolio of tailor made hardware and software solutions for all positioning and measuring tasks, allows us to integrate a wide range of positioning technologies including GPS, Laser Scan, Optical and Inertial technologies with application software, wireless communications, and services to provide complete geo-spatial solutions.


JEG provide our clients with a bespoke surveying solution. We discuss each client’s requirements and recommend the best option as no two surveys are identical. This tailored option gives our clients peace of mind and the best service.
We provide our clients with a bespoke solution offering a variety of viewing methods to suit our client’s needs.
Jones Engineering Group Geo-Survey Division – ‘Improving the link between design and site’


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