Survipod™ Surveying Equipment are a range of unique surveying solution tools, for use in the surveying and setting out profession, to greatly enhance the performance of site setting out equipment such as such as Total Stations, EDM Instruments and Laser Levels.
Improve accuracy, speed and stability
Fundamentally Survipod™ replaces the conventional tripod which by its very design is prone to unwanted interference and movement, thus improving the speed and accuracy in the setting out process.
With such rigid support the risk of damaged Total Solutions is significantly reduced, greatly reducing the risk of serious and costly damage to such expensive and highly calibrated technology.
Survipod has been used extensively on several of the UKs highest profile engineering and concrete formwork projects in recent years, including The Shard at London Bridge, Neo Bankside world-class development on the River Thames and Beetham London Tower.
Our engineers were confronted with a project that was without a platform, on each floor, from which to begin setting-out the building from. The core walls were being built and advanced one floor higher than the decking level/floor. Traditionally a tripod and concrete pad would have been used, however we sought to engineer a custom piece of site setting out equipment, which when used together with an existing concrete structure on site, resulted in a more reliable, accurate and simple method to begin setting out. The Original SURVIPOD™ was born.
Survipod are proud Guaranteed Irish House members. Guaranteed Irish is a not-for-profit business membership organisation representing businesses in Ireland since 1974.
Guaranteed Irish is the original symbol of provenance in business in Ireland. Our members span all sectors including pharmaceutical, healthcare, technology, construction, energy, professional services, tourism, food and drink, art and design, retail & more. We award the Guaranteed Irish symbol to indigenous and international companies operating in Ireland which provide quality jobs, support local communities and are committed to Irish provenance. When assessing an applicant for membership, we look at three core criteria; jobs, community & provenance.
Beginning as a campaign ran by the Irish Goods Council in December 1974, Guaranteed Irish became an independent non-profit organisation in 1984 and was launched by President Patrick Hillery. Over four decades, the Guaranteed Irish symbol has become one of the most recognised symbols in the country. In 2017, Guaranteed Irish was rebranded and relaunched by An Taoiseach, Mr. Enda Kenny, T.D., with the original logo from the campaign’s inception. Led by CEO, Brid O’Connell, and a new Board of Directors and team, the organisation repositioned by opening up membership to international companies operating in Ireland.
Our member companies now directly employ 120,000+ people in Ireland and generate a turnover of €11.2bn here. Globally, these companies generate a turnover of €29.7bn. Currently, 46% of the members export, primarily to the UK, US and mainland Europe.
With 1,900+ members and growing, we believe that we are #AllTogetherBetter.