As a consulting engineer you will need to manage budgets, resources, schedules and quality carefully to deliver building projects to specification.
Increasingly, the key issues are not just about selecting the right sites to develop, but also about engineering buildings that make the most of the site, meet your customers' expectations and interpret complex planning regulations correctly.
We understand that access to data and confidence that everyone is working from the same currency of information is very important to you. We provide the most up-to-date and accurate geographic data that is widely used by consulting engineers and increasingly integrated into day-to-day business practices, which can support your clients’ business decisions and help you to manage projects more efficiently.
If you would like to offer your design, engineering and project management services to Public Sector Mapping Agreement (PSMA) and One Scotland Mapping Agreement (OSMA) customers, you can find out more on our consultancy services page.
Our geographic data transforms the design of a single building into the modelling of multiple structures and the inter-relations these have on and with the surrounding environment.
It is vital when designing the engineering for a project that the local environment is considered, both to provide context and to analyse risk.
Our geographic data is key in determining the acoustic impact on a building and underpins analysis of noise levels, obstructions and the acoustic properties of different materials.
If your assets are located in more than one place, using our geographic data is one of the most effective ways to track and manage them.
Balancing the differing and sometimes conflicting interests of different environmental stakeholders is a high priority and can be a significant challenge for a number of organisations.
Intelligence for the land and property market is our quarterly publication featuring the leading commentators in the industry speaking about the importance of location to their business decision making.