Jackson Civil Engineering has invested £250,000 in state of the art surveying kit in a bid to work smarter and more efficiently.
The investment consists of ten top of the range Leica Total Stations which have been purchased in order to standardise the Jackson fleet.
A LEAN review earlier this year identified that the variety of instruments used by our engineers was wide ranging – leading to inconsistency with our processes, and consequently, more time spent on each job.
Contracts Director Brian Crofton said: “We want our engineers to have access to the best technology, and have confidence in the equipment they’re using. By standardising our fleet we will ensure both, and ultimately, provide a sharper, quicker and more efficient service to our clients.”
He added: “This investment was made really simple by the great support we received from Tom Button at SCCS – they offer a fleet management tool so we know where all our machines are at any given time. We’d like to thank those guys for their help so far, and look forward to working closely with them in the future.”