Engineering often needs Surveyors. Surveyors play an integral role in land development, from the planning and design of land subdivisions through to the final construction of roads, utilities and landscaping.
Land surveyors work in the office and in the field – from suits to boots. They work on a diverse variety of projects from land subdivision and mining exploration, to tunnel building and major construction.
Surveyors are among good company, working closely with their peers in the fields of engineering, architecture, geology and planning. Their role underpins these industries. Surveyors are the first people, on any construction site, measuring and mapping the land. These primary measurements are critical data for architects to understand and make the most of the unique landscape when designing and engineers to plan structures accurately and safely, ensuring buildings not only fit with the landscape but are able to be constructed.
Land surveying is a career field in high demand throughout industry, government and the private sector. We have jobs available to work on projects in Hong Kong, Macau and several locations in Asia, as well as Dubai and across the Middle East, London and the South of the UK.
Our experienced consultants at Maxim Recruitment have been finding jobs for Land Surveyors in Asia, UK, Middle East and globally since 2003 and are always looking for meticulous professionals to present to our clients.