GeoMax UK & Ireland has been awarded a significant contract to supply Greenhatch Group with state-of-the-art Zoom 90 Total Stations and Zenith15 GNSS rovers all with X-PAD software. The total order is for twenty-nine instruments plus field tablet computers.
Over the last thirty years, Greenhatch Group has established a firm reputation as pioneers in the surveying sector, initially specialising in quarrying and mining industries. Today the company employs over 110 surveyors across a wide range of projects including land and measured building surveys; engineering services and specialist railway projects; laser scanning, hydrographical and aerial surveys. Greenhatch has four offices in the UK, servicing the needs of both national and international contracts from public and private sectors, including framework agreements with the English Heritage and Historic Scotland.
It was this pioneering spirit that led the group to make the strategic decision to choose the unique offering that GeoMax, backed by Hexagon, are able to provide.
The GeoMax Zoom 90 and Zenith 15 with X-PAD software are easy to use, reducing the setup and training time needed to start using the kit straight away. The X-PAD customised export to LSS software was developed in conjunction with McCarthy Taylor Systems directly, making the whole field to finish process easy and seamless.
Robert Page, Director Greenhatch Group said: “The GeoMax team impressed us from the start. They listened to our needs, performed very professionally throughout the process and the service has been of the highest order. All the GeoMax instruments delivered are easy to use and give us high quality, precision data. I am confident that we have made a solid and calculated decision to purchase GeoMax products.”
David Price, Director of GeoMax distributor Survey Max Limited said: “We’re delighted to be partnering with such a respected organisation as Greenhatch Group. As a client, they have been clear about both what they need and, importantly what they don’t need, in order to collect precise data in the field. I’m delighted that GeoMax has been able to fully meet those needs”
Greenhatch Group took delivery of the GeoMax instruments in June 2018 with the phase-out of the use of their previous instruments taking less than a week across the whole organisation.