SLR provides geomatic surveying, offering our experience in a wide range of industries for topographical, hydrographic, and building surveying services.

Our surveying services extend to reach various industries, including energy, waste management, planning and development, civil engineering, and construction.

How can we help?

SLR’s survey teams are strategically based, and utilise a selection of surveying equipment, including GPS satellite surveying, RPAS drone surveys and imagery, robotic total stations, traditional total stations, and boat surveys using depth and location detectors.

  • Topographic Survey – SLR’s team undertake topographic surveys for a wide range of developments including those related to infrastructure, energy, waste management, planning, and development.
  • Development Surveying – use of topographic and hydrographical surveys in the provision of land management, planning, permitting and other land management activities.
  • CAD, 3D Ground Modelling and Design – SLR uses a variety of industry standard packages to produce drawings for a variety of requirements such as elevation detail and cross sections.

In addition, SLR services major national surveying contracts for clients with specific requirements, from site surveys, setting out, void volume calculations, and design.

Our team includes

  • Michael Mansfield Manager of Land Surveying
    Michael Mansfield

    Mike has a diverse range of experience in surveying and civil engineering. He is responsible for supervising and coordinating the work of field crews, boundary computations, land record searches, GPS calibrations, as-built plans, and the preparation of maps with an emphasis on computer applications, including uniting CADD systems with field survey operations.

  • Gregory A. Szyszkowski Principal Land Surveyor
    Gregory A. Szyszkowski

    Greg is a Principal Land Surveyor whose practice includes preparing project cost estimates, new employee interviews, acquisition of various permits for field personnel, mentoring office staff and project oversight. His experience includes boundary, topographic, construction stake-out and ALTA/NSPS land title surveys, and land record research, information compilation, and analysis as the basis of the land survey process has been an area of special interest and dedication. He has worked throughout New England, New York, and New Jersey, and clients have included federal, state, municipal entities, as well as private owners and contractor/construction companies.

  • Vernon Quaddy Technical Discipline Manager
    Vernon Quaddy

    Vernon’s experience focuses on waste management and the minerals industries. He has extensive experience of managing survey contracts throughout the UK, supporting various clients and industries, offering a wide range of services in surveying, including CAD and design/ground modelling team capability. He manages contracts specialising in all surveying matters from project management, to the design and creation of working schemes for planning and development.

  • John Postlethwaite Operations Manager – Engineering
    John Postlethwaite

    John's diverse experience in both environmental and civil engineering projects enables his client focused solutions to shine through. He has worked on Australian and international projects, providing professional advice and guidance to private and public sector clients. He specialises in environmental engineering, with particular emphasis on transactional due diligence and environmental assessments. He also has technical expertise in land and water quality assessment, surface water hydrology, flood estimation and water sensitive urban design.  His experience also extends to on-site water supply and wastewater treatment and disposal, transport planning and civil infrastructure design.