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  1. 1. Before concrete can be poured or a foundation laid, a survey layout plan is required. Since 1986 Transit Technical Services’ highly-trained surveyors have been working with contractors in Lloydminster to provide such plans for surveying water, sewer and underground facilities, as well as generating topographic plans for site drainage design. From commercial work to municipal projects, the surveying firm takes care of interpreting the architectural and engineering blueprints for any type of new construction. They provide the required layouts for buildings, site grading, earth work computations as well as high-precision levelling of industrial machine bases & equipment. Each project is initially assessed for the best plan of action and the primary concerns of the contractor are thoroughly addressed before any survey layout is started. “We offer good quality service that contractors and developers can rely on,” says Morris Freeston, owner/operator. “Whether it’s a parking lot or a building, our goal is to provide the service that they require and to work with the contractors in a way that they can use our information onsite to build whatever they have to build.” From working on the Husky Energy Upgrader to the Lloydminster Continuing Care Centre, new Synergy Credit Union building and Lakeland College’s Lloydminster campus’ Energy Centre, the construction service specialists have worked on a wide range of local projects over the years. Transit Technical Services offers advanced technology, including a 3D laser scanner, to collect accurate and detailed information. The technology has been proven invaluable with regards to the location of existing infrastructure to save costs on design and help mitigate unforeseen expenses during construction. “We can scan existing pipes, infrastructure and equipment in buildings, and from that I can generate a three-dimensional model out of this information,” says Freeston. “It has so many applications.” The locally owned and operated firm will soon debut another cutting-edge and timesaving method of surveying with its newly acquired drone. “You can fly patterns across an area, take photos and generate a three-dimensional model of the ground, of the buildings – whatever you’ve taken photos of,” says Freeston. “It will provide access to sites where normally you wouldn’t be able to get to. You’ll be able to fly it, record the info and still provide whatever the contractor requires in the way of modeling. It’s another tool we have that will achieve what normally would take you days of survey work.” As 2016 approaches, so too does Transit Technical Services’ 30th anniversary. For nearly three decades the firm has built a reputation for prompt and reliable service, customer satisfaction and ultimately completing each project to the highest standards. Freeston says he looks forward to continuing to provide quality service to Lloydminster. “We thank all those who’ve worked with us and we’re grateful for this supportive community of businesses and contractors.” 6209 - 44 Street, Suite C #4, Lloydminster, AB, T9V 1V8 780-871-8905 | 780-871-4600 survey@transittech.ca | www.transittech.ca

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