David locates the mast using MapServe’s planning maps in DWG format. He also makes use of the free preview and aerial photos on- site to determine the best access locations for on-site visits.
Leigh primarily orders planning maps in CAD format, which he then superimposes on sketches to locate new access points and determine how each location relates to a project. He then combines the maps with Google Street View to conduct site inspections.
Stuart uses maps for a variety of purposes, including planning applications, checking planning constraints and precedents in a given location and obtaining a certificate of lawful use, which might include proof such as aerial imagery and planning maps.
Myles must ensure that access to a construction site is functional and appropriate and that it follows all necessary guidelines, building laws, and local government restrictions. He must also examine topographical maps to determine how to provide access to current transportation networks and the accessibility of a place.
Robert's job brings him all over the country, surveying a wide range of various sites. As the areas differ, he uses a variety of planning maps for each task. He primarily works on huge residential estates and requires maps covering up to 4000 hectares.