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  • 1. RIYA Consultancy A unit of Surveyors NILESH D. CHOPDA B/h Shri Mahaprabhuji Bethak, Opp. Shriji Society, Kherawadi, Dharampur, Jam-Khambhalia, Jamnagar (Gujarat), India Email Address: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com g
  • 2. Riya Consultancy a unit of Surveyors Table of content1.0 WELCOME TO RIYA CONSULTANCY ..................................................................................... 2 PROFESSIONAL PROFILE ............................................................................................22.0 CONSULTANCY AND ITS PRODUCTS ...................................................................................... 3 CADASTRAL SURVEY ....................................................................................................3 TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYS ............................................................................................4 CONTOUR SURVEY .......................................................................................................4 MINING SURVEY ...........................................................................................................5 ROUTE SURVEY .............................................................................................................5 LEVEL SURVEY ..............................................................................................................6 CROSS-SECTION SURVEY ............................................................................................63.0 EQUIPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY SKILLS................................................................................ 74.0 WHO REQUIRED SURVEYORS ?.............................................................................................. 8Mr. Nilesh D. Chopda Page 1+91-9879512453Email: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com
  • 3. Riya Consultancy a unit of Surveyors1.0 Welcome to RIYA CONSULTANCY Riya Consultancy is a fully licensed Land Surveying firm offering a wide range ofComplete Land Survey Services. The Surveyors at Riya Consultancy possess strong skills forundertaking any type of survey project and will provide prompt, efficient, confidential andcost-effective results. We are confident we can be of assistance in any project you may wish toundertake. Riya Consultancy is emerging organization. The founder of this organization, Mr.Nilesh D. Chopda was set up with the notion of providing high-quality and comprehensivesurveying solution to its customers. Mr. Nilesh has over 6 years’ experience in the field of Surveying. After gettingSurveyor license from The Government of Gujarat he decided to start a Consultancy firm.Over 6 year’s excellent experience in the field of Survey with various Organizations. From thepast experience and an optimistic approach built his confidence in this consultancy. PROFESSIONAL PROFILE Cadastral survey, Topographical survey, Road project survey, Canal work survey,Trancemition Line work, All Types of Construction work survey, Power Plant survey, Tankmarking, Verticals checking, Earth work, Quantity survey, Petrochemical Refinery survey,Contour survey, Refinery survey, J.T. work survey, Land Survey, Agriculture To NonAgriculture Land survey, Plotting, Railway work survey, Building lay out, Mining survey, PipeLine survey, Wind Farm survey Etc, With LEVEL Instrument and TOTAL STATIONMachine.Mr. Nilesh D. Chopda Page 2+91-9879512453Email: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com
  • 4. Riya Consultancy a unit of Surveyors2.0 Consultancy and its productsThe most and fundamental question arise in our mind is “what is Survey?” Survey is the Science of measurement of spatial positions of the features on thesurface of the earth. The purpose of conduction a land survey is to locate the positions ofselected points on or near the surface of the earth. In simple word, land surveying is the process of demarcating the boundaries, area orelevations of land or structures on the earth’s surface via taking angle and distancemeasurements. Each of the various kinds of surveys described below is some form of variation of theabove description. We pride ourselves on providing a complete solution to your surveyingneeds.  CADASTRAL SURVEY Cadastral surveys are used to document land ownership, by the production ofdocuments, diagrams, sketches, plans, charts, andmaps. They are the surveys that create, mark, define,retrace, or reestablish the boundaries andsubdivisions of the public lands. Cadastral surveyingis the discipline of land surveying that relates to thelaws of land ownership and the definition of propertyboundaries. It involves interpreting and advising onboundary locations, on the status of land ownership and on the rights, restrictions andinterests in property, as well as the recording of such information for use on plans, maps, etc.Mr. Nilesh D. Chopda Page 3+91-9879512453Email: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com
  • 5. Riya Consultancy a unit of Surveyors  TOPOGRAPHIC SURVEYS The purpose of a Topographic Surveys is to gather survey data about thenatural and man-made features of the land, as well as its elevations. From thisinformation a three- dimensional map may be prepared.The work usually consists of the following:  Establishing horizontal and vertical control that will serve as the framework of the survey  Determining enough horizontal location and elevation (usually called side shots) of ground points to provide enough data for plotting when the map is prepared  Locating natural and man-made features that may be required by the purpose of the survey Topographical Survey  Computing distances, angles, and elevations  Drawing the topographic map Topographic surveys are commonly identified with horizontal and/or vertical control of third- and lower-order accuracies.  CONTOUR SURVEY Contours are an imaginary line connecting the equal height.Most contour and detail surveys are done by ground survey methodsusing electronic total stations and data recorders in much the sameway as the preparation of a topographic map. Commencing fromsome known starting points in both horizontal and verticaldimension, the location of all points which define the terrain and the Contoursstructures are recorded. The terrain is often measured using a grid pattern of spot heights.Most surveyors who have a field capacity undertake contour and detail surveys, either as partof an overall development project or as a discreet project.Mr. Nilesh D. Chopda Page 4+91-9879512453Email: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com
  • 6. Riya Consultancy a unit of Surveyors  MINING SURVEY There are two types of mining (i) Open Cast Mining and (ii) Underground Mining. Our experience in Open Cast Mining, we did survey in mining for pillar marking, contour marking, detailed survey etc. Mining surveys may be horizontal, vertical or both and for the most part (except for possible control surveys) are plane surveys. Mining Survey  ROUTE SURVEYRoute surveys establish the location of transportation routes such as:  Highways and roads  Railways  Rapid transit  Canals  Pipelines and Transmission lines.Surveys are required for all types of route alignment, planning, design and construction work. Road Survey with Total Station Pipeline SurveyMr. Nilesh D. Chopda Page 5+91-9879512453Email: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com
  • 7. Riya Consultancy a unit of Surveyors  LEVEL SURVEY Drainage systems, both above and below ground, work by creating a slope and relyingon gravity to cause the water (or other liquids) to flow from the high point to the low point. Unless you have a pumped system the flow of drainage through the pipeline work will be dictated by the gradient at which the pipeline work has been laid. This is known as the fall and is generally expressed using a ratio i.e. 1:100, which indicates that over a length of 100mm, the pipe will fall 1mm from the high point to the low point. Current regulations require standard 100 mm diameter foul drainage pipeline work tobe laid at a minimum fall of 1:80. If the pipeline work is laid below these falls, i.e. at a too flat agradient, then disruptions to the flow of drainage are likely to occur which will often causeblockages within the pipeline. Insufficient falls will often manifest themselves with manholesor toilets backing up with foul waste.  CROSS-SECTION SURVEYDefinition: Cross-sectional research is a research method often used in developmental psychology,but also utilized in many other areas including social science and education. This type of studyutilizes different groups of people who differ in the variable of interest, but share othercharacteristics such as socioeconomic status, educational background, and ethnicity. For example, researchers studying developmental psychology might select groups ofpeople who are remarkably similar in most areas, but differ only in age. By doing this, anydifferences between groups can presumably be attributed to age differences rather than toother variables.Mr. Nilesh D. Chopda Page 6+91-9879512453Email: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com
  • 8. Riya Consultancy a unit of SurveyorsTypes of Surveys Data are usually collected through the use of questionnaires, although sometimesresearchers directly interview subjects. Surveys can use qualitative (e.g. ask open-endedquestions) or quantitative (e.g. use forced-choice questions) measures. There are two basictypes of surveys: cross-sectional surveys and longitudinal surveys. Much of the followinginformation was taken from an excellent book on the subject, called Survey Research Methods.Cross-Sectional Surveys Cross-sectional surveys are used to gather information on a population at a single pointin time. An example of a cross sectional survey would be a questionnaire that collects data onhow parents feel about Internet filtering, as of March of 1999. A different cross-sectionalsurvey questionnaire might try to determine the relationship between two factors, likereligiousness of parents and views on Internet filtering.Longitudinal Surveys Longitudinal surveys gather data over a period of time. The researcher may then analyzechanges in the population and attempt to describe and/or explain them. The three main types oflongitudinal surveys are trend studies, cohort studies, and panel studies.3.0 Equipment and Technology Skills This Consultancy firm has always attempted to work with the latest technologicalinstruments. We have Electronic Total Station Instruments, GPS (Global Positioning System).We have well trained operator of AutoCAD. (Computer Aided Drawing-CAD), Auto Plotter. Global Positioning System (GPS) Software Based MapMr. Nilesh D. Chopda Page 7+91-9879512453Email: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com
  • 9. Riya Consultancy a unit of Surveyors4.0 Who Required Surveyors ? One of the Basic Question arises in our mind what is the important of survey and who required surveyors? From our past experience we just suggest some of the fields that required surveyors Road project work Canal work Trancemition Line work All Types of Construction work Power Plant Refinery work J.T. work Land Survey Agriculture To Non Agriculture Land Railway work Building work Mining work Pipe Line Windmills Survey Mining Sector Infrastructure Sector Engineering Sector Construction Industry Local Villagers or Farmers All type of Software related work Farm work and Other Many work Should Be Required of Surveyor “SURVEY IS THE BASE OF GROWTH”Mr. Nilesh D. Chopda Page 8+91-9879512453Email: riyaconssurvey@gmail.com