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The new Tate Modern – precision and style

June 17th 2016 saw the opening of the much acclaimed Tate Modern Extension. Situated on the south side of the former Bankside power station, the new building features a 64.5 metre 10 storey ‘twisting’ tower. Appointed by Swift Brickwork, Warner Surveys were commissioned to check the existing survey control network and to set out the […]

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Warner Surveys adds to London Survey Team

Warner Surveys expands its London team with the recruitment of  Steve Dann, Survey Manager for Construction & Site Engineering Surveys and Movement & Deformation Monitoring. Steve joins Warner Surveys as Survey Manager within our long standing Construction & Site Engineering Surveys team. As Survey Manager, Steve’s role is to oversee projects during their active construction […]

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New Kazakhstan “Head of Branch” appointed

Following the retirement of Martin Green it was decided the new Commercial Director, Stephen Smith, would be the right man to manage Warner Surveys Kazakhstan affairs. In order to formalise this transition Peter Field (Managing Director) and Stephen travelled to Kazakhstan visiting the company Lawyers, Accountants and Bank offices in both Almaty and Astana as […]

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Warner Surveys appoints new Commercial Director

Following the retirement of Martin Green at the end of 2015 after some 20 years’ service, we are pleased to confirm that Stephen Smith has been appointed as Commercial Director of Warner Surveys. Stephen is an experienced finance professional with proven expertise in setting-up, developing and commercialising technology based organisations. His breadth and depth of […]

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Warner Surveys receives new fleet of Honda Civics

Martin Green receives the keys to 9 new Honda Civics from Reading Honda. On the basis that you can’t please all the people all the time we asked our staff to decide what the best company car would be from their point of view So after removing the Ferrari’s, Bentley’s and McLaren’s from the list […]

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