Some of the amazing projects we have completed.
Outside of our usual water based surveys Storm often support the local community providing our knowledge when asked. One is example is using geospatial technology to set out rugby pitches for the new season.
In July 2023, a bathymetric survey was instructed by JBA consultancy working on behalf of Forestry England. Four Lakes situated within the North York Moors National Park and three within Dalby Forest.
This is a fascinating case study showing how our surveyors physically assess a river and use the MoRPh survey algorithms to inform scenarios that improve river condition even after the negative impact of the construction of a bridge.
This project was contracted by Storm’s long-standing client Waterco on behalf of the Isle of Anglesey Council to investigate flooding that had occurred (and is still occurring) the properties in the village of Benllech, Anglesey.
Storm Geomatics’ survey of Bromham Brook near Stagsden was conducted during December 2022, for SWECO UK Ltd, to determine the flood risk of areas adjacent to the brook.
Storm Geomatics were tasked with tracing fuel pipelines at various locations across the country from Gatwick to Bristol where the pipelines cross rivers for an international client.
In late 2022, Storm Geomatics were asked by their client Atkins Global to carry out a bathymetric survey up and down stream of a site on the River Avon in Chippenham, Wilshire.
This watercourse survey was conducted on behalf of the Environment Agency through Storm’s long standing client JBA Consulting Limited during Autumn 2022.
Between January and April 2022 Storm Geomatics were commissioned to Survey the Lower Witham area in Lincolnshire.
In late 2021 Storm Geomatics visited the site of Springwater Park, Bury, to assess a potential monitoring survey for a vegetated area of the park suffering bank slippage.
Between July and November 2021, Storm Geomatics undertook a survey in the Rhondda Valley for Natural Resources Wales on behalf of engineering consultancy ARUP.
In early spring 2021 Storm Geomatics were approached by an existing client to carry out topographic & bathymetric surveys on the River Aire at Newlay to provide information for asset recovery works.
Using hydraulic modelling to evaluate the change in risk of flooding as a result of constructing the Lower Thames Crossing.
Flood risk assessment commissioned to tackle Tregarons wet history; surveyed in seven days by Storm Geomatics.