Movement monitoring  

Monitoring structures can immediately detect movement. Movement can be due to nearby groundworks, such as excavations or drilling, or natural ground movement and settlement over a long period. By identifying movement early, our customers can avoid accidents and reduce maintenance costs.  


Our specialist land surveyors use various measurement methods and repetitive measurements to monitor whether changes occur and give our customers a clear answer as to whether the object is at rest or moving.

They can be continuous measurements or measurements executed at intervals.This type of monitoring allows us to set up alerts so that a message ticks in on the phone or an email when something changes. 

If you need a good surveying partner for your project, contact us. We have land surveyors ready to help you. 

Get in touch

Oslo, Norway

Laurentiu Jisa

+47 406 16 934

Bergen, Norway

Sven Bratland

+47 474 07 550

Stavanger, Norway

Dagfinn Solvik-Olsen

+ 47 930 48 141

Trondheim, Norway

Endre Kvam Leraand

+ 47 924 33 541


Victor Kvarnström

+46 (0)70 249 51 74


Lasse Turunen

+35 850 491 5180

Land Surveying

Land surveying plays a critical role in the planning and execution phase for most infrastructure and construction projects worldwide. Land surveying ensures the accuracy between digital models and the physical world. The land surveying technique determines the accurate geographical three-dimensional position of points and the distances and angles between them. Our team has extensive experience delivering land surveying services for governments, businesses, and private individuals, predominantly throughout Norway but also in Sweden and Finland. Explore more Field Land Surveying services below.

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