Ogilvie Geomatics offers a full range of innovative topographical, hydrographic, engineering and geographic survey solutions across a broad range of sectors in the UK and abroad. Ogilvie Geomatics incorporates Loy Surveys, Longdin and Browning Surveys, Malcolm Hughes Chartered Land Surveyors and PAS128 Utility Mapping. All four organisations are long standing and professional companies with a reputation for delivering quality survey work on time.
You'll want to work with an experienced surveyor in whom you can have complete confidence to deliver to the very highest standards. At Ogilvie Geomatics we pride ourselves on our attention to detail. Our professional staff will use the very latest technology to deliver your survey.
Being part of a group of companies which with a heritage stretching back to 1953 and a diverse portfolio of businesses, provides us with a very stable financial foundation. Today, the Ogilvie Group has a turnover of over £200 million and over 400 employees.
Longdin and Browning Surveys
We are one of the largest independent topographical survey companies in the United Kingdom and we provide a service based on experience using modern technology.
However, the supporting infrastructure at Longdin & Browning means that we are able to provide more than just these survey services. We offer innovative solutions to any measurement problems.
Due to these developments we have become more flexible to the demands of our clients, resulting in a quality driven, customer-focused service.
By addressing the needs of our clients, a number of special services have evolved, such as ClearCone+ and HAZMAP.
Established since 1985 the company quickly established its reputation through an ability to complete contracts on time to the required standard at competitive prices.
Surveyors operate throughout the UK and overseas, mobilising within one week and in many cases quicker.
We have completed over 10,000+ surveys in 29 years for our diverse 1,500+ customer list which includes contractors, architects, engineers, local authorities, estate developers, oil companies, utilities and central government agencies and departments.