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We provide complete surveying services for commercial and residential projects, buildings, roads, bridges, utilities, rivers, and land purchases, ranging from construction planning of high-rise steel structures to 3-D laser scanning. Our skilled land surveyors use cutting-edge technology and practical innovation to save survey costs and speed up project completion while retaining a high-quality result for our clients.


Our structural engineers are capable of calculating structural loads such as live load, dead load, wind load, snow load, and more, as well as foundation design, retaining walls, roofs, beams, columns, slabs, and much more, for RCC, concrete steel, and timber structures.

We specialize for structural design support across following aspects:

  • Bridges: Truss bridges, Arch bridges, Suspension bridges, Cable stayed bridges, Beam Bridges (visit road and bridge page)
  • Power Plants
  • Hospitals
  • Schools and Universities
  • Dams: Arch Dam, Gravity Dam (visit dam page)
  • Tunnels and Port


Master planning is based on surveys, social conditions, existing developments and so on. In it, every detail, the purpose and the goal of a structure is included. With a master plan the whole project can go as expected as possible.

We take time to spent with team and the leadership of groups involved to listen to the needs. Communication allows flexibility and control over the project. Later, we process the meeting notes and produce a final statement of goals and with sketch of the project.


Service Description

When setting out a building, we transfer the three-dimensional coordinates of the planned buildings or objects to the nature. For this purpose, the set-out points are determined by means of opt-trigonometric surveys (also using GNSS measurements when on surface) starting from reference points in the absolute coordinate system of the building site, and then marked in a suitable way.

The required reliability and accuracy of the set-out points is confirmed by a final redundant control measurement. To minimize interference in the construction activities, the location of the measuring instrument is generally chosen in accordance with the principle of free stationing. This flexibility is facilitated by creating a dense field of reference points.

The coordinates to be set out are processed using suitable special software. The results are recorded in the form of setting-out protocols and diagrams and handed over. The setting out time and effort is ultimately determined by the given construction tolerances. Using standard methods, accuracies of a few mm to 1 cm are achieved.


Service Description

Structural design is the process of proportioning the structure to safely resist the applied forces and load effects in the most resource-effective and friendly manner. Our Design process refers to the aspect of design dealing with environmental friendliness, sustainability, ease of construction, and usability that are not explicit part of the strength consideration. At Sambros International resources (use of material, labor, time, and other consumables that are used to construct and maintain the structure) are used according to the structural design of the construction and the masterplanning that is prepared after the design process.

Ideally, our purpose for the utilization of the structural design is straight forward. It is the transformation of the effects of various environmental and man-made actions (including constraints on materials, dimensions and cost etc.) into the appropriate material specifications, structural member sizes, and arrangements.

Our basic objective is to produce a structure capable of resisting all applied loads without failure and excessive deformations during its anticipated life.

Master planning

Service Description

We create a dynamic long-term masterplanning document that provides a conceptual layout to guide future growth and development. It will be making the connection between buildings, social settings, and their surrounding environments including analysis, recommendations, and proposals for the site’s population, economy, housing, transportation, community facilities, and land use. It will be based on public input, surveys, planning initiatives, existing development, physical characteristics, and social and economic conditions.

Master planning can benefit every project that has a long-range impact on a piece of land, building, or a community, regardless of the size of the project. That could include seemingly “small” projects, like bathroom renovations or a lobby expansion. Master planning can provide solutions that resolve overarching concerns or problems, rather than looking at a project as a band-aid or short-term fix.