FSL survey “Best Tall Building in the World”
Liverpool Property Developer and FSL client, Downing Developments, has recently picked up the title of “Best Tall Building in the World” at a prestigious awards event in Chicago, USA. The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH), which is represented by a panel of architects and engineers, presented Downing with the award for Broadcasting… Continue reading
Framework Success for FSL
Recently FSL have been successful in securing a 2-year framework contract with St. Helens MBC. The work will involve providing topographical mapping services for the Highways Department as part of their infrastructure and maintenance improvement programme across the Borough. St. Helens MBC require large scale topographical surveys of road and infrastructure sites with data provided… Continue reading
Formby Surveys – A Liverpool Chamber Expert
Formby Surveys have been selected as one of Liverpool Chamber of Commerce’s “experts”. The Chamber have chosen 18 experts drawn from their existing membership who are on hand to answer questions, free of charge to chamber members on everything from accountancy to credit management. Formby Surveys are able to answer any questions which are related to property and land surveying,… Continue reading
More than just Topographical Surveys?
There is much more to FSL than you may think. Originally established as a traditional land surveying practice over 20 years ago, we have morphed over the years into a “one-stop shop” solution for all your measurement requirements offering a varied array of surveying solutions such as land registry plans, measured building surveys, utility tracing… Continue reading
The Only Winter Maintenance Worth its Salt!
We have once again been chosen by Salt Union as one of their preferred survey consultants for the 11th year in a row. Salt Union are operators of the UK’s biggest rock salt mine and Britain’s largest supplier of natural rock salt which is used in winter maintenance to thaw icy roads in poor weather,… Continue reading