Results for: "Surveyors - Mining" in "Pretoria-North, South Africa"

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Telesure Lane

Auto & General Park

Telesure Lane

Randburg

2055

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.9803685

28.0138512

Sponsored

insurance companies

Babiana street

Babiana street

Pretoria

0129

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.6891

28.2222

1284 Starkey Av

Starkey Av

Pretoria

0135

Gauteng

South Africa

-25.70466

28.2527

Surveyors – mining

Mine surveying is a branch of mining science and technology. This includes all the various measurements, calculations and mapping. The information and data collected is documented at all stages from prospecting to exploitation and utilizing mineral deposits by both surface and underground mining.
 
Mine surveying is typically carried out by professionals known as mine surveyors. Mine surveyors are responsible for producing accurate information of both surface and underground surveys for the construction of mine plants. Mine surveyors are also responsible for maintaining accurate plans of the new mines at all times and have to update maps of the surface layout for new structures that will be build on site. They also survey underground mine works at all times to keep an updated record of the mining operations that are taking place.
 
Mine surveyors can work in both surface and underground mines for the coal and mineral mining industries. The activities they perform may vary depending on the type of mine they are working in. If it is surface mining, the surveyor may have to identify the limits for excavation purposes and mark drill patterns for blasting. With underground mining, surveyors will determine both the location and direction of the tunnels. They also typically map these tunnels.
 
Mining surveyors play an important role in the mining industry in both surface and underground mines. These professionals will ensure that they have update information and data regarding the mining plants recorded at all times.
 
To find surveyors – mining in South Africa, browse our Yellowpages Listings. 

Surveyors – mining

Mine surveying is a branch of mining science and technology. This includes all the various measurements, calculations and mapping. The information and data collected is documented at all stages from prospecting to exploitation and utilizing mineral deposits by both surface and underground mining.
 
Mine surveying is typically carried out by professionals known as mine surveyors. Mine surveyors are responsible for producing accurate information of both surface and underground surveys for the construction of mine plants. Mine surveyors are also responsible for maintaining accurate plans of the new mines at all times and have to update maps of the surface layout for new structures that will be build on site. They also survey underground mine works at all times to keep an updated record of the mining operations that are taking place.
 
Mine surveyors can work in both surface and underground mines for the coal and mineral mining industries. The activities they perform may vary depending on the type of mine they are working in. If it is surface mining, the surveyor may have to identify the limits for excavation purposes and mark drill patterns for blasting. With underground mining, surveyors will determine both the location and direction of the tunnels. They also typically map these tunnels.
 
Mining surveyors play an important role in the mining industry in both surface and underground mines. These professionals will ensure that they have update information and data regarding the mining plants recorded at all times.
 
To find surveyors – mining in South Africa, browse our Yellowpages Listings. 
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