Switches & Crossings

Complex S&C surveys require the highest degree of knowledge
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Surveying Switches & Crossings Throughout the UK

Complex S&C surveys require the highest degree of knowledge and understanding of the permanent way infrastructure.

The PBH team is highly skilled and trained in carrying out S&C surveys, with many years experience of working closely with in house design teams to undertake these projects. Our survey teams work efficiently with single-operator robotic instrumentation, ensuring that all time on site is utilised efficiently.

Complex S&C surveys require the highest degree of knowledge and understanding of the permanent way infrastructure.

Client Testimonials

Here are a couple of testimonials our clients have written.

PBH have been undertaking our initial Topo and DVS surveys for around 3 years. We find the quality of their deliverables to be significantly better than that of their competitors as their surveyors are all experienced rail surveyors, this is evident from the level of detail provided.

Rob Brotherton

Senior Permanent Way Design Engineer

PBH haven’t disappointed with this; delivering a great service to Network Rail at Christmas and last weekend at Low Flats.  During both projects I have been on site and witnessed the difference that you make and your specific skill set brings to the project.

Gary Costello

Programme Manager -Works Delivery, Network Rail

PBH Surveys have provided a consistently professional service whilst working for us on a number of high profile and varied projects. Their input has ranged from small bridge topographical surveys to large scale projects. Planning and management of the surveys has been excellent and communication has been maintained throughout the project to ensure that we have been kept fully informed of the status of the works. The deliverables received to date have all been of a very high quality which is essential for our design process. I can highly recommend PBH Surveys.

Richard Jackson

Survey Manager, Arcadis

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