David uses MapServe’s CAD plans in DWG format to find the mast location. He also uses the site's preview maps and aerial imagery to determine entry points for on-site visits.
Leigh primarily orders CAD maps, which he then superimposes on sketches to find new accesses and how each site relates to a project. He also merges the maps with Google Street views in order to do site evaluations.
Stuart uses maps on multiple occasions, including for planning applications, to check planning constraints and planning precedents in a given area and to obtain a certificate of lawful use, which can include evidence such as aerial imagery and CAD maps.
Myles must ensure that access to a building site is effective and suitable, and that it adheres to all applicable guidelines, building regulations, and local authority rules. He also needs to look at topographical maps and determine how to provide access to existing transport networks, as well as the accessibility of a site.
Robert’s business takes him all over the country as he surveys a wide variety of different locations. He uses various CAD maps for each job that he does as the sites vary. He mostly works at large residential estates and he require maps that cover up to 4000 hectares.