JMR Surveying Group, LLC is a group of surveyors in Central Florida aimed to specialize in the niche of highly technical and advanced surveying practices and applications. Since the start of the business in 1999, and through our rapid expansion, fostered a progression into the 3d surveying markets. Technologies such as: Network real-time kinematic global positioning systems, robotic total stations, electronic digital levels and of course 3d laser scanning, are all words we use every day to educate and serve our customers. At JMR, we've specialized and trained in specialty construction surveying that has taken us around the U.S. and into international waters. In February of 2006, we performed a 3D laser scanning project at Universal Studios Japan (Osaka, Japan) and in August of 2007 completed a 3D laser scanning project for the San Juan Port Authority (Puerto Rico) ship yard dock and facility survey . These are just a few of the theme park, and special purpose scanning and construction layout projects in the last few years that JMR has successfully undertaken. We take pride in our survey background and look forward to developing a lasting and successful relationship with your company and its affiliates. Thank you again for the privilege to be considered a part of your valued project. We look forward to working with you and are available to answer all of your questions.
Structural & Heavy Construction Layout - Example
Topographic & As-Built Surveys
3D Laser Scanning, (High-Definition Surveying) Services - Example
Here at JMR we utilize the Leica HDS3000 and HDS6000 laser scanners along with the Cyclone and CloudWorx for AutoCAD software. These multi-purpose scanners and software combine for high efficiency and accuracy for a broad range of civil engineering, plant and building projects.
Scanning enables you to:
1) Monitor real-time progress on construction sites with volume and surface calculations quickly.
2) Safely measure existing conditions when human risk is a factor.
3) Quickly and accurately "snapshot" existing conditions for inspection or investigation without revisiting the site.
4) Provide a digital record with photo-overlay enhancement to preserve precious landmarks for historical records.
5) Provide visualizations of cad designs over existing sites.