Structure Surveys of the M25 Bridges

LiDAR data gathered for 104 bridges as part of the M25 rapid widening scheme

Structure surveys for 104 bridges along the M25 between junctions 16 and 7 were carried out as part of the M25 Rapid Widening Scheme and under the Highways Agency Lidar Framework Agreement.

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M25 Bridge

The M25 is one of the world's longest orbital roads[1] and one of the busiest and most congested parts of the British motorway network.

Part of the M25 Rapid Widening Scheme and under the Highways Agency Lidar Framework Agreement, Airbus Defence and Space carried out structure surveys for 104 bridges along the M25 between junctions 16 and 7.

Our ground surveyors were able to gather data to support the existing Lidar data that Airbus Defence and Space had already acquired via airborne capture.

The structures were captured in the field using our terrestrial 3D laser scanner and the 3D vectors were produced and supplied in AutoCAD DWG format and data in MX GENIO export text format with photographs of each structure.

Structure Surveys of the M25 Bridges

Did you know?

The M25 motorway, or London Orbital Motorway, is a 117-mile (188 km) orbital motorway that almost encircles Greater London in the United Kingdom.
It is one of the world's longest orbital roads and one of the busiest and most congested parts of the British motorway network. 196,000 vehicles were recorded in a single day near London Heathrow Airport.