We're pleased to continue to support Skanska's outstanding Engineering Survey team and the Skanska Construction Engineering team on the new A428 road construction project. This 10-mile dual carriageway will improve journeys between Milton Keynes and Cambridge.

Comprised of skilled and diverse specialists, the Skanska Engineering Survey team is dedicated to excellence, innovation, and industry best practices, emphasising safety, sustainability, and cost-effectiveness, which reflects their commitment to delivering high-quality results and professionalism throughout the construction process.

Their recent investment in advanced Leica Geosystems hardware and software will enable Skanska to enhance the project with accuracy and reliability, backed up by SCCS's dedication to delivering the highest levels of technical support and service to ensure confidence and certainty to the Skanska team.

The connection and exchange of information between the site and the office is crucial for effective management and monitoring progress on a project of this type and scale. One solution that facilitates this is Leica Conx. This cloud-based solution communicates real-time construction and survey data, ensuring data integration and collaboration with project-specific workflows. Other supporting resources include myWorld, a comprehensive Leica Geosystems resource providing users with up-to-date news, training resources, and more for self-learning and upgrading skills.

Skanska promotes continuous employee development through various opportunities and prioritises technical excellence and best practices. With this in mind, it is essential that their survey teams experience and utilise the best and latest survey offerings, and we are delighted to support this.

At SCCS, we continue to commit to unparalleled customer service and support to reinforce our dedication to excellence. Learn more about the A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet Improvements Scheme and SCCS dedicated services