As one of the fastest growing survey, monitoring and investigation firms in the UK, City Surveys’ engineering teams are regularly working on fascinating projects, meeting new challenges head on and further reinforcing their position as some of the most accomplished professionals in the business.
Within this section you will find a selection of news articles. Feel free to browse through them, learning about our firm, the projects we’re involved in and the people we work for. If while reading you come across something that catches your eye, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
20 May 2013
The chain has been used to measure distances for thousands of years but it was not until the seventeenth century that it was standarised into a unit of measurement which revolutionised surveying and is still in use today.
15 May 2013
According to a recent survey conducted by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Building Information Modelling (BIM) is dominating the industry’s agenda for 2013.
14 May 2013
The Council of Mortgage Lenders (CML) have released figures from their monthly Regulated Mortgage Survey this morning.
13 May 2013
In the interest of safeguarding a planned major industrial development the government have agreed to extend the HS2 tunnel under East Midlands Airport.
08 May 2013
Tweeters in the construction and other related industries can now use Twitter to source materials, manufacturers and businesses for their projects.
01 May 2013
In the latest attempt to stimulate economic growth in the UK the new Growth and Infrastructure Act 2013 was passed with Royal Assent last week.
30 April 2013
Research into the future of the railway in London and the South East took its first step on the 24th of April with the launch of a new study by Network Rail.
29 April 2013
Government plans for major investment in UK infrastructure have come under fire from watchdog MPs and business chiefs.
24 April 2013
In a boost for the construction industry the government is expected to increase the value of its national school building framework to £4bn. However, competition for the capital will be fiercer as it intends to share the work among 9, and not 12, firms in each of its two regions.
23 April 2013
Mark Lyon, one of our senior utilities surveyors with a number of years outstanding service to the firm, is leaving the company at the end of April.