The Survey Association

Martin Penney represents TSA at recent English Heritage BIM Conference

Fort Cumberland situated on Eastney Point at the entrance to Langstone Harbour on the Hampshire Coast was the impressive venue for English Heritage’s BIM Strategy Seminar in January. The current remaining pentagonal fortification dates back to an early earthwork battery of 1716 and was the…

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Contractor fined over worker’s jet of fire burns

A sub-contractor from Highley has been fined for safety breaches after a worker was burned by a ‘jet of fire’ when he hit an underground electricity cable with a steel pin while replacing pavement edging in Birmingham. The worker, 38, from Bridgnorth, who does not…

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Technics Group win Framework Agreement for Mansell

Mansell Construction Services Ltd have awarded Technics Group a New Framework Agreement for Utility Surveys. The award follows a rigorous tendering and evaluation exercise by Mansell Construction Services which is a Balfour Beatty company. The agreement covers four regional offices across London, the south east…

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London Mapping Festival Launch

Last night saw the launch of the London Mapping Festival in Covent Garden. The London Mapping Festival (LMF) 2011 – 2012 is an 18 month programme of activities designed to promote the unique range of mapping, innovative technologies and applications that exist for the Capital.…

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Directors become Chartered ICES Fellows

Technics Group Directors Graham Mills and John Macintyre have become Fellows of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors. Ken Hall, President of ICES, invited Graham and John to join ‘in recognition of your significant contribution to the surveying and civil engineering industries to date’.…

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