West Coast Geomatics offer a range of nationwide Land Surveying services with over 10 years experience within the Construction Industry.

The services we offer are as follows...

- Land Surveys & Geotechnical Positioning (Topographic & GPS)
- Also: as a desktop exercise, we are able to produce 3d terrain models from our topographical field data and incorporate proposed levels & designs etc
- Volumetric surveys (Quantities, Cut & Fill and so on...)
- Existing measured building surveys (Floorplans & Elevations on a controlled network similar to a land survey to ensure accuracy)
- Site Engineering (Ground Profiles and Stake out exercises)
- Various AutoCAD services

If you use the services of Land Surveyors alongside your own work, please do not hesitate to give us a call about our competative rates and level of service.

Contact Details

  Website
  City Southport
  Postcode PR8 4NE
  Address Guildford Road
  Phone Number 078 3451 5667

From Our Website

West Coast Geomatics was originally formed in 2009 by James Dean acting as a freelance site engineer and land surveyor. An increase in survey opportunities and importantly a great deal of repeat business from regular clients has led to the expansion of the company to its current level. A large percentage of our work comes to us as a result of repeat business and word of mouth recommendation as we strive to deliver a professional yet personal service to all our clients regardless of the project size and value.


Forming the backbone of West Coast Geomatics, Topographical [Land] surveys have always been our primary and most called for service. Topographical surveys are a vital investment for anyone about to undertake a construction project. From car parks, landfill sites, airports, high security areas, wasteland, fields & forests to domestic gardens, we have surveyed them all and would love to hear from you should you feel we can be of service. A measured building survey is an accurate representation of an existing dwelling, commercial or domestic, indicating key levels, structural and architectural features.