Underground Utilities

For a full range of services, please visit www.WarnerSurveysUtilityMapping.com

From a basic ‘lift & dip’ drainage study to a full PAS128 Type A hand dig verification survey, we cover all your underground utility mapping requirements. Need a CCTV video inspection report and / or high pressure water jet cleaning? We can supply that too.

Best Practice – HSE document HSG47 “Avoiding Danger from Underground Services”

This HSE Document gives advice to anyone involved in commissioning, planning, managing or carrying out work on or near underground services. It looks at the potential dangers and how to reduce risks to health and safety. It details three basic elements of a safe system of work around excavations:

  • Planning the work
  • Locating and identifying buried services
  • Safe excavation

Essential Peace of Mind.

Due to it’s very nature – the services are buried – an underground utility survey cannot guarantee to locate every service. But with the latest technology, a desktop search and a good topographical survey as a base plan, an experienced surveyor to interpret the results and a few key hand dug excavations – the report we produce can be relied upon to be as complete as practicably possible.

So, if you are involved with any of the following, contact us for a survey quote:

  • Street works or road works
  • Excavation, drilling or piling
  • Demolition and / or site remediation
  • Site investigation surveys
  • Any other work that involves penetrating the ground at or below surface level

Example Survey:

Case Studies:

See underground utility related case studies here.

Contact Us:

Please get in touch with Underground Utilities Senior Survey Manager, Ian Stephens to find out more

"Just wanted to say how good K & M were on site, very professional, courteous and efficient, We are pleased with the survey results…""

"Mr P, Mgr, UK Construction Co" Nov 2018

  • PAS128 M4P Specification

  • Survey Equipment

  • Survey Equipment

  • Hand Dig Verification of Services

  • Extract from Large Utility Survey