Who should attend
Architects, Engineers – if you are involved in
preparing planning applications – learn to survey with the latest technology, use a 1-man system to complete a survey in the field to Ordnance Survey co-ordinates
surveying sites for preparation of plans for new buildings or structures – check existing site layouts
overseeing construction work – see how to set out quicker and more efficiently than using a total station
If you are involved in construction, learn how to use GPS for setting out or surveying. There will be no complicated mathematics (unless you want it!) and nothing more complicated than using your Satnav
FREE 1-DAY HIRE FOR COURSE ATTENDEES - VALUE €75+VAT
U17 Block Q, Grants Road
Greenogue Bus. Pk.
Co. Dublin D24 N252
Thursday 26th October 2017
TIME: 9:00 - 5:00
Philip Hanrahan B.E., B.A. has 35 years of experience in surveying instrument handling:
6 years as a site engineer on civil construction projects, including roads, sewerage schemes, housing developments, industrial buildings.
27 years demonstrating and training users in surveying instruments
2 years lecturer in Engineering Surveying, Trinity College Dublin, including design of the Engineering Surveying module in the Civil Engineering degree course.and approval by Engineers Ireland
Testimonials by previous attendees:
"Very good course to start using GPS"
Brian Grace, Brian D. Grace Eng. Cons., Tipperary
"Picked up new functions: offsets, trilateration, auto-recording. Will speed up surveying for me" -
Peter O'Dwyer, Architect, Dublin
"Course very informative and gives a good base to get started using GPS"
Noel Finnegan, Ass. Eng., Monaghan Co. Co.