They say in Russia, “don’t go into the water without knowing where the ford”. That’s why you can’t get through a swamp without a pole.
Saint-Petersburg, for example, was built predominantly in swampy areas and has never been affected by destructive earthquakes. At the other end of our country, there is Sakhalin Island, for which tsunamis, earthquakes and typhoons are commonplace, and on the island’s capital, springs are are breaking out of the ground.
In order to determine whether the piece of land is suitable for facility construction, whether facility will not ‘sail away’ in the spring, whether facility will be collected from straw or constructed in stone, it is customary to carry out preliminary studies at the site of future construction and in some cases submit the results of the studies to the competent authorities for expert conclusion.
Laatu’s engineering surveys will help you eliminate the scenario of the “Three Little Pigs” story: we will survey the soil on the site, obtain topographic and geodesic materials, and minimise (or eliminate) the adverse environmental consequences of construction.