Murphy Geospatial was built on the quality of our topographical surveys. We maintain this quality to this day continually adopting new technologies to delivery geospatial certainty for our clients.Contact
Topographical surveys involve the production of maps and plans to accurately represent the details of the natural and built environments. From structures, trees and boundaries through to buildings, we produce detailed maps to scale to establish the position and shape of natural and man-made features of any given area. Contour lines are present to indicate levels across the site and these can be shown at predetermined intervals as required.
Murphy Geospatial has developed workflows to streamline the process of our topographical surveying from field to office to delivery to our clients. We have established a bespoke internal project management platform to support our process of client engagement, planning, execution, delivery and review. The platform also supports our sales team with their quotation and our finance team with invoicing.
Our people are the most important part of our offering. We hire the best geomatics graduates and engineers and have a well-established Learning Management System to support their career development. This ensures that the best field surveying practices are maintained and our workflows are consistently deployed. The best and brightest graduates also challenge our way of thinking, meaning our processes are continually improving.
Topographical surveys has been used for centuries to understand our environment. It was, and remains, an integral part of the construction of our roads, canals, and railways, the critical infrastructure we still rely on today. It is a key part of our property sector, helping to define land ownership and bring order to the placement of our buildings. When Murphy Geospatial was established in 1983, Peter Murphy understood the importance of land surveying and its value to his clients. This understanding continues in the company to this day.