UAS Drone Operations

Caulfield & Wheeler, Inc. is proud to offer FAA Part 107 licensed and insured unmanned aerial systems (UAS) or drone operations, to compliment our suite of engineering, surveying, & landscape architecture services. By utilizing the most recent technology available on the market, Caulfield & Wheeler, Inc. can accurately document, inspect, photograph, videograph, 3D model, or survey a wide variety of projects or areas that were previously too large or unreachable by a traditional GPS field crews. By implementing the highest quality peripherals like RTK GPS equiped drones, heavy-lift drones, FPV drones, 360 cameras, thermal cameras, cinema cameras, and aerial lidar solutions, we are re able to provide a variety of services and deliverables for our clients, to maximize their development project. Caulfield & Wheeler, Inc. has a proven track record of quickly obtaining FAA and LAANC authorizations and waivers to quickly analyze and fly project sites that are in close proximitey close to international airports, stadiums, or other warning zones.

Caulfield & Wheeler, Inc.’s UAS Drone Operations team can provide the following services:

  • 2D Mapping
  • 3D Modeling
  • Agriculture Inspection
  • Aerial Lidar Solutions
  • Construction As-Builts
  • Construction Progress Documentation
  • Cut & Fill Analysis
  • Damage Assessment
  • Photogrammetric Surveys
  • Photography
  • Pre-Construction Documentation
  • Post-Construction Documentation
  • Site Inspection
  • Site Plan Overlays
  • Utilities Asset Inspection
  • Videography
Caulfield & Wheeler Drone UAV Survey Operations

Caulfield & Wheeler, Inc. is also using the latest technology in high definition 3D laser scanning lidar technology to obtain accurate survey data. Lidar, which stands for Light Detection and Ranging, is a surveying method that measures the distance to a target by illuminating the target with laser light and measuring the reflected light with a sensor. Caulfield & Wheeler, Inc. implements the latest Leica laser scanning units, which are multi-purpose laser scanners that combine high efficiency with high accuracy for a wide range of civil and surveying applications. The Leica scanners join our long list of the latest computer hardware and software technology that is used to fulfill our commitment “To provide our clients with quality, on-time, and cost-effective services.” Since it was introduced, the Leica scanners have become the industry’s most popular laser scanners for both demanding and “every day” as-built and topographic surveys.

Caulfield & Wheeler UAS Operations Projects: