We’re thrilled to announce a significant milestone for our team at Met Geo Environmental Ltd! Besides our normal survey activity, this year, we have achieved accreditation from Lloyds Register under The Survey Association’s PUMA PAS128 Accreditation scheme for providing PAS128 utility mapping services.
Met Geo Environmental Ltd is the first company in the UK to achieve this PAS128 accreditation: https://www.lrqa.com/en-gb/utilities/tsa-puma-scheme/ . Undoubtedly, this is not just a badge of honour for us; it is a testament to our unwavering commitment to quality and innovation in geospatial survey solutions.
Gaining this accreditation is a huge deal for us. Because it shows that we’re really committed to being the best in geospatial surveys. The PAS128 standard is all about being accurate and reliable in utility mapping. Getting this accreditation means we’ve proven that our services are of the highest quality and benchmarked against the highest industry standards. Unquestionably, it’s a big pat on the back for our team, who work so hard on every project.
When you choose Met Geo Environmental Ltd, you can be assured that we will deliver a PAS128 survey that is fully compliant, and your investment in us will result in an increased level of confidence in the results we deliver.
Investment in a thorough utility mapping survey early in the construction phase has been proven to show a significant return on investment across the course of a project lifecycle (Refs: Lew (1999), Osman and El-Diraby (2005, 2007) & Sinha et al (2007).
If you’re working with us, this accreditation means you can trust us even more. We’re not just saying we’re good at what we do; we’ve got the stamp of approval to prove it. Whether you need us for construction projects, environmental hazard assessments, or design planning, you can count on us to be accurate and thorough.
Getting this PAS128 accreditation wasn’t easy. Specifically. we went through a bunch of checks on how we work, the tech we use, and also how skilled our team is. Lloyds Register really put us through our paces, but it was worth it. It showed we’re meeting the tough PAS128 standards.
This isn’t just an award to hang on the wall. It’s a stepping stone for us to do even more. We’re excited to use this as a springboard to grow our services and reach new clients. After all, we’re all about pushing boundaries and setting new standards in our field.
We want to say a massive thank you to our team for making this happen because it is their skill and hard work that got us here. Also, to our clients and partners, thanks for your trust and support. We can’t wait to keep showing you what we’re capable of.
So here’s to our future, full of new achievements and success! We at Met Geo Environmental Ltd are over the moon about this accreditation. We can’t wait to keep raising the bar in geospatial survey services. 🌟🚀🌍
Lew JJ (1999) Cost Savings on Highway Projects Utilizing Subsurface Utility Engineering. Purdue University, Department of Construction Management, West Lafayette, IN, USA, Report FHWA DTFH61-96-00090.
Osman H and El-Diraby T (2005) Subsurface utility engineering in Ontario: case studies & lessons learned. 1st Infrastructure Technology, Management and Policy Specialty Conference at the 33rd Canadian Society of Civil Engineering Annual Conference, Toronto. Canadian Society of Civil Engineering (CSCE), Toronto, Canada, pp. FR-105-1–FR-105-9
Osman H and El-Diraby T (2007) Implementation of subsurface utility engineering in Ontario: cases and a cost model. Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering 34(12): 1529–1541.
Sinha SK, Thomas HR, Wang MC and Jung YJ (2007) Subsurface Utility Engineering Manual. Pennsylvania Transportation Institute, PA, USA, No. FHWA-PA-2007-027-510401-08.
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