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A six course tasting menu and copious amounts of port and cheese were enjoyed by all staff and partners at Talton House in December for our Christmas celebrations.  A wonderful evening was had by all and Mike didn’t fail to entertain as a Storm Geomatics version of the twelve days of Christmas was sung by all.  “On the first day of Christmas my Company gave to me an office with a new key.”

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Over the Thames Crossing

In preparation for the Hydraulic modelling for Highways England’s £4.4 billion Lower Thames Crossing project (the proposed new 3-lane motorway crossing of the Thames Estuary between Essex and Kent), Storm Geomatics were commissioned to carry out a topographical survey of nearly 25km of waterways around Tilbury and the Mardyke River that falls within the proposed construction area.

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New HQ for Storm

After months and months of careful planning by Mike and the team, Storm Geomatics relocated to its new headquarters in Shipston Business Village, 400m2 of surveying excellence!

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On 12th /13th September Storm Geomatics exhibited at stand 4D23 at Flood Expo in the NEC, Birmingham.

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One of the most exciting training courses for a river surveyor is when they go for their powerboat training.

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Mike Hopkins managing director of Storm Geomatics also plays an important role within the survey profession as Chairman of The Survey Association (TSA) technical committee.

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June saw the arrival of Matthew Maddalena into Storm Geomatics.

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May is the month of the GeoBusiness show in Islington, London and Storm Geomatics exhibited here again for the 4th consecutive year.

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Josh Dunn is the latest trainee surveyor to join the Storm Geomatics team.

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In March a very proud Steve Drew collected the keys for the new Storm Geomatics office. 

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