Using the latest and most powerful equipment and software and drawing on almost 20 years of experience, Advanced Surveys specialises in providing accurate and reliable land surveying services for civil and construction projects across Queensland.
From roads, bridges, tunnels, culverts, pipelines, gas facilities and much more, we work in conjunction with engineers, project managers, architects and builders to deliver projects across the civil engineering, resources and mining and construction industries.
Established in 2011 by local Brisbane surveyor Andrew Cox, Advanced Surveys has built a reputation for efficiency, quality data and delivering on every project specification, on time and on budget.
At Advanced Surveys we work in partnership with our clients, understanding that accurate and efficient land surveying services are integral to the overall success of your project. To ensure smooth project delivery we can work embedded within your project team, or provide our services on an as needs basis.
Based in Brisbane, but servicing eastern Australia, Advanced Surveys stays ahead of industry trends and technology advancements to provide you with land surveying services that are innovative, accurate and inspire total confidence.
Advanced Survey’s director Andrew Cox’s specialist advice has helped shape a variety of major infrastructure projects across Queensland, including for clients such CPB, John Holland, McIlwain and Hall Contracting.
With a total commitment to professionalism, Andrew’s friendly approach, exceptional service and strict commitment to quality results attracts a high level of repeat clients.
Starting his career on construction sites in the UK nearly 20 years ago, Andrew established Advanced Surveys to offer Brisbane and South East Queensland a personalised service, cutting edge technology and an innovative approach. His most recent projects include the Moggill Road Cycle Bridge in Indooroopilly and the Ross Gas Field Compression Station in the Surat Basin.
Andrew has completed a surveying degree at the University of Otago, in Dunedin, New Zealand and is registered as a surveyor with the Surveyors Board of Queensland.