Austech Surveying and Mapping launches

By on 18 November, 2014

Austech Surveying and Mapping Australia

A new mapping and surveying company, Austech Surveying and Mapping (ASM), has launched in Australia.

According to a media release from the company, ASM is an Australian Company ‘committed to providing leading edge geospatial data acquisition, mapping and survey solutions to a wide range of industry sectors including mining, quarry, and construction throughout Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia.’

Some of the services provided by Austech Surveying & Mapping include:

  • Cavity and void monitoring, Ore pass monitoring and Stope Surveys,  limited & hazardous access surveys for open cut and underground mines
  • Abandoned and recovery mine surveying
  • 3D rock face profiling and Blast design surveys in Quarries,
  • Stockpile/ Volumetric surveys
  • Engineering and Construction Surveys
  • Coast, Ports & Harbours and Mapping

“Safety is a number one focus; we play a key role in redefining safety, productivity and risk management in mining operations,” said Julia Reynolds, general manager of ASM.

“We have developed a highly qualified and experienced team with 40 years of experience in mine surveying, subsurface investigation, quarry rock-face profiling, 3D laser Scanning, LiDAR, and Hydrographic Surveys.”

“At ASM we are dedicated to building long-term working relationships.  Our experienced staff are involved in the most complex and challenging projects worldwide including: Newcrest, Newmont, Solid Energy NZ, Pike River, Bluestone and more,” said Reynolds.

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