Employee of the Year

18th January 2016

"We inspire our people through responsibility, learning, recognition and joy” – Atlantic Geomatics Congratulations to John Baggs, Technical Manager, who was voted 2016’s Employee of the Year. ...

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And the winner is...

4th January 2016

We are very pleased to announce the winner of our 2016 annual photo competition is Andrew Kirkland with this lovely photo of his daughter, Ioana, getting to grips with a total station.   We...

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We've Moved!

4th January 2016

We are very excited to announce that Atlantic Geomatics have moved offices.  From the 4th January 2016, we have been operating from Enterprise House in Penrith Business Park. The offices are l...

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Cumbria Post Flood Event Surveys

15th December 2015

The impact of the heavy rainfall from Storm Desmond caused severe damage to homes, infrastructure and huge areas of land across Northern England. The amount of rainfall resulted in numerous record...

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Natural England Framework

11th December 2015

We are pleased to announce that we have been accepted onto the Lowland Raised Bog Framework for Natural England. The Cumbria BogLIFE Project aims to deliver the restoration of previously unrestor...

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Carlisle Ambassadors - Giving a Day to the City

29th October 2015

As part of The Carlisle Ambassadors Project, we were asked by Capita to ‘Give a day to the City’. Carlisle Ambassadors is for anyone who wants to support Carlisle City Centre for business, touris...

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Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Approved!

15th September 2015

Congratulations to Charlie Watson, our Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Operator, who has recently become a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approved pilot. Charlie started with Atlantic Geomatics in ...

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Congratulations to Andrew on 25 years of service

14th July 2015

Atlantic Geomatics would like to congratulate Andrew Kirkland on his 25th year with the company. Andrew started with Atlantic Geomatics in 1989 as a fresh faced school leaver with no experience i...

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Atlantic Geomatics' School Trip... to the Graveyard

3rd July 2015

Article courtesy of ITV:   Mapping a graveyard might be a long way from the conventional school timetable, but it's what pupils at a Cumbrian school are doing as part of their Citizenship stud...

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Approved Training Scheme Renewal

26th May 2015

"Continually resetting the benchmarks of our profession” – Our Belief’s, Atlantic Geomatics    Figure  1: Trainee Surveyor Chris Kempster who is enrolled within the scheme. In ...

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Competition launched across all schools in the county

30th March 2015

Atlantic Geomatics are offering an exclusive opportunity for one lucky Cumbrian pupil to name our new project. The Project is to map every burial site in the county and digitally record the buria...

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Achilles Audit Success

16th February 2015

Atlantic Geomatics is pleased to announce we successfully passed our Achilles UVDB Verify audit. The UVDB Verify audit provides a rigorous assessment of a company’s internal management systems, w...

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2014 Employee of the Year

15th January 2015

"We inspire our people through responsibility, learning, recognition and joy” – Atlantic Geomatics Every year, we recognise an individual employee, who has gone above and beyond their required d...

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“Women and Surveying” - Emma Blake, CAD Technician at Atlantic Geomatics

5th December 2014

Atlantic Geomatics are proud to see a familiar face in the November/December edition of Geomatics World. The article profiles three women who have progressed within the Geospatial business and highl...

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New Roles for Experienced Surveyors

26th August 2014

Andrew Marshall has been with the company for the last 10 years after graduating in Environmental Science from the University of Central Lancashire.  Andrew started as assistant surveyor in 20...

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