Here at DDC, we have an outstanding team of innovative and dynamic personnel, whom with passion and dedication, focus on delivering high quality survey and professional services. Our belief in, and commitment to, ‘better information management’ is a key driver for DDC performing works effectively and efficiently for our clients. We pride ourselves on our ‘can do attitude’, and working in close collaboration with our clients, we problem solve to deliver positive solutions and achieve the best possible outcomes.
On time, to budget, and accurate. DDC consistently delivers quality data. We provide a comprehensive range of asset surveys, defect surveys and construction surveys, incorporating BIM.
DDC offers quality-led, highly accurate topographical and building surveys for clients in a number of industry sectors across the UK.
DDC understands the importance of accuracy in data, we offer a comprehensive range of underground surveys compliant to BSI PAS128.
We deliver a range of innovative and bespoke services that allow our clients to streamline their technical operations, making them more cost-effective and efficient.
We provide a comprehensive range of surveys incorporating BIM.
Accurate, on time, and to budget.
Water…friend or foe The significance of climate change With an increasing number of flooding, fires, and droughts events making headlines, there is a greater awareness on the climate change and how it is affecting the world. Climate change In the last few years it became clear that the globe is warming and the latest scientific data shows that an intensification of phenomena such as floods, droughts, rising global average temperatures,…
Proud of our people. Proud of our industry. Proud of all of our key and essential workers. In the past 11 months we have constantly heard the terms “KEY WORKER/ ESSENTIAL WORKER”. Although I know these are the people who work to keep the country’s economy running, I feel like this is such a vague explanation and decided to Google it. Online I found out that key workers/essential workers…
Pouring money down the drain… the cost of bad data Poor communication and poor data management cost the UK construction industry millions each year. A 2015 survey conducted by KPMG found 69% of UK construction projects were over budget by more than 10%, often due to unforeseen events not identified when the initial planning and strategy took place. Good data enables companies to maximise operational efforts, forecast and budget effectively,…
3 Element Court, Hilton Cross Business Park, WV10 7QZ, Wolverhampton