Spatial data are the basis for every civil engineering design project. Topographic surveys are used to identify and map the contours of the ground and existing features on the surface of the earth or slightly above or below the earth's surface. Hydrographic and basymetric surveys map the contours of riverbeds and seafloors. Digital terrain and elevation models enable Computer Aided Design and are essential for the simulation of the course, or sequence of events.
The systematic gathering of geophysical data for spatial investigations is known as geophysical survey. The precise structure of the rock formations beneath the Earth's surface can be determined using seismic techniques.
The survey teams of Inros Lackner Cambodia are equipped with state of the art topographic, hydrographic and geophysical survey equipment. Our Cambodian and expatriate survey engineers have been engaged in some of Cambodia's most prominent infrastructure projects in recent years.