Groundwise was formed in 2000 to address the often difficult requirement to obtain utility plans for due diligence studies on UK sites.
Over the years many companies entered this market, but what makes us different?
We have an unrivalled dedication to customer service, each of our searches is produced by one of our team who will be your personal point of contact throughout the search. Searches can be supplied for anything from a dropped kerb to a new town proposal.
As much or as little detail can be included as you require for your project. We do not hide costs; each standard search fee includes upfront pricing for full utility searches. We believe that a safety first approach should be the very minimum and we enable our client’s with the choice to remove searches they do not require. Our services and pricing can be very flexible and we always seek opportunities for our client to save fees where possible.
We were the first to provide online ordering of searches. We were the first to provide our utility searches to the leading UK environmental search companies. We were the first to provide our utility searches to the UK legal property search industry.
We deal with utility companies directly and produce our own searches. We specialise as utility search provider, we happily provide searches to utility surveyors without competing with them. We have provided utility data within CAD reports since 2006.
Northwest Development of the British Museum for Arup Great Russell Street, London. The site is typical of the type of work Groundwise are asked to carry out. Our scope from Arup was “detail...View case study
Online Utility Report service for The Environment Agency Wanlip, Leicestershire. The Environment Agency have used our Utility Search service since 2007 and we have processed many hundreds of their...View case study
Desktop mapping drawing at site near Towcester, Buckinghamshire. The idea of a Desktop Mapping drawing is to make the interpretation of the maps and plans of any given site, easier for our clients....View case study