World Class Leadership

World-Class Leadership 

We utilise a variety of techniques, methods and technologies, including direct measurements using Total Station and GNSS, traditional levelling surveys, remote sensing like LIDAR, aerial photogrammetry and satellite imagery in order to provide accurate and highly reliable topographical surveys and drawing models extending over large areas both nationally and internationally. 

Individuals and leaders

All services and surveying activities offered by Bernard Geomatics Limited are solely undertaken by our internal survey resources. Hence, no third party surveyors or company are used or appointed on behalf of Bernard Geomatics Limited to carry out any of our services that we offer. Our surveyors have a minimum of ten years professional experience, backed by a minimum of at least a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Surveying and Geomatics related subject and indorsed by the following professional organisations:
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Members of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES)
Members of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
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Members of the Permanent Way Institution (PWI)
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Members of the Royal Yachting Association (RYA) and Powerboat Certified for Inland and Costal Waters
“Our people ambition is to become leaders in the field of geomatics and land surveying and to become ambassadors for our great profession worldwide”.
Alberto is a unique example of a skilled professional and Survey Manager, who possesses both the professional skills and experience from the field of land surveying and geomatics, as well as in-depth knowledge from the H&S discipline.
Daniel heads up the CAD section and is responsible for developing the company’s CAD standards and drawings, including implementation of the company BIM strategy and growth of the Revit Modelling division.
Ruben is dedicated team leader with well-built communication, organisational and interpersonal skills who strives to accomplish his goals in a timely and organised manner, while still meeting budget requirements and without sacrificing the quality of the project.
Michal is results-driven surveyor with fifteen years’ experience in all aspects of civil engineering and setting out work. Michal brings a wealth of international professional experience to the business.
Mitko is a highly skilled surveyor with more than twenty years’ of extensive land and railway surveying experience. He is currently involved on a railway research project under the academic supervision of University of East London.
Senada works alongside our health, safety and environmental advisor and she is responsible for administrating our HSE duties under CDM 2015 to land and engineering surveying projects, where health, safety and care for the environment is of paramount importance.
We are committed to recruiting, developing and retaining the highest calibre of staff in the field of geomatics. To make an enquiry for a prospective position or to apply, please submit you CV with covering letter to

Talent development

We are members of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors (ICES) Approved Development Scheme, whereby a number of our employees are already professionally accredited by the institution at various levels. 
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Our company training programme, employees’ skills assessment process and commitment towards continuing professional development are prepared in conjunction with ICES standards and guidance. 

Our people ambition is to become leaders in the field of geomatics and land surveying and to become ambassadors for our great profession.
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Research and innovation

Within Bernard Geomatics Limited we have established a research and innovation division, which is currently involved in collaboration with University of East London to research a low-cost photogrammetric system for railway surveying and monitoring. The research division is fully funded and promoted by the business, and the ultimate aim and objective is for the company to ‘give something back’ to the industry and to the land surveying and geomatics discipline, by identifying new working methods and technologies that are in line with technological development and are able to promote more powerful, cost-effective and safer working practices in the geomatics industry and, in particular, in the highway and railway environment (where risk to surveyors is much greater than in other working environments). 

Ongoing research project: 

“A Low-Cost Photogrammetric System for Railway Monitoring and Geospatial Data Acquisition”

Drive - UK and European Railways: 
Rail transportation is a major contributor to social vibrancy and economic competitiveness internationally, and is also an essential contributor to sustainable and environmentally-friendly travel for both public and commercial purposes. By 2030, 30% of European Union road freight is predicted to have shifted to rail and 50% by 2050, while high-speed rail should connect all major European cities (European Commission, 2011). Equally, the rail industry in the United Kingdom is vast and comprises a network of more than 20,000 miles of track, 40,000 bridges and tunnels and 9,000 level crossings (Network Rail, 2014). 

Indicators - Department for Transport: 
During the period between 2001 and 2011, government statistics show that 40% more passengers used the UK railways, and this trend is likely to increase (Department for Transport, 2011). The UK government’s long-term strategy is to develop a railway network that can handle double today’s level of freight and passenger traffic in a much safer, more reliable and environmentally-efficient way (Department for Transport, 2011). 

Justification - Government Objective: 
The government’s objective could result in a move towards a ‘24/7’ society, resulting in even shorter and more restricted schedules for completing any railway engineering and maintenance work, including geospatial data acquisition. As a result of the above industry developments, Bernard Geomatics Limited is committed to making a direct contribution to the government strategy mentioned above by helping Network Rail and developing various railway applications and other low-cost, autonomous and simple-to-use geospatial systems that can be used for rapid geospatial data acquisition within the Permanent Way (P-Way) environment.

Assets Surveys | Photogrammetry & Revit
assets surveys
Ballast Condition | Video Walkthrough
ballast condition
Track Survey | Revit for BIM
track survey
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