Improve onsite execution with Murphy Surveys Digital Construction team
By using proven technology, cutting-edge innovation and a collaborative approach, Murphy Surveys can help improve onsite execution and boost productivity for our clients.
The use of innovative techniques and workflows is critical to ensuring efficiency and reducing overall cost and project related risks. On a project of any magnitude, these efficiencies can result in huge savings during the project life-cycle or provide a competitive edge during tender stage.
Murphy Surveys provide geospatial related services to support digital construction and BIM (Building Information Modelling / Better Information Management) processes and can help you maximise the benefits of these processes.
It is now accepted across the industry that the digitisation of construction processes is leading to more efficient work practices. This, coupled with innovative bespoke solutions where required, can reduce costs once integrated into project workflows. Murphy Surveys can assist our clients in identifying solutions to particular project requirements and help to integrate digital construction processes.
Head of Digital Construction
Msc Eng Surveying & Geodesy, Dip Geo Surv.
Michael Durnin is a graduate of the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) and Nottingham University. He has been working in the survey industry for over 15 years, in Ireland, the UK and the US. Michael has extensive experience in executing and managing large survey, hydrographic and infrastructure projects, specialising in tunnel, light rail, monitoring, geodetic networks and implementing lean efficient workflows.
Michael joined Murphy Surveys in 2010 as company Technical Manager and Survey and Engineering Manager with responsibilities for all operational activities from contract award to completion. He managed the successful completion of several CFRAM projects and successfully delivered a new efficient ‘Field to Finish’ workflow, developing new bespoke software solutions, managing the upgrade and implementation of the most up to date instrumentation and processing and survey methodologies with best practice guidelines and Murphy Survey procedures.
Michael is now Head of Digital Construction with Murphy Surveys.
Luas Cross City
Murphy Surveys provided a number of Surveying and Engineering services for the recently completed Luas Cross City project.
Michael Durnin, acting as Chief Surveyor with the Sisk Steconfer Joint Venture, oversaw all aspects of survey and spatial data activities with the civils and track teams.
As well as providing survey, management, control and setting out for the works, Murphy Surveys also provided deformation monitoring and subsurface services.
For more information on our work on the Luas Cross City please contact Michael on firstname.lastname@example.org.