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.
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