Posts By: Kevin Perrina

NIA Inertia

Kevin Perrina has written an article that has been published in the latest edition (Nov/Dec 2017) of Geomatics World. The article discusses the introduction two years on of the adoption of the International Property Measurement Standard (IPMS). “Of course it makes sense to have an agreed standard…the cost of doing both is 20% higher than and… Read more »

Santa Pod Raceway

Another important job completed this week at Santa Pod Raceway, known as the most famous drag racing track outside America. Aimcon Surveys were instructed to accurately measure the length of the track and the split timing positions with our report to be submitted to the FIA, the governing body for world motor sport so the… Read more »

New Vacancy – Land and Measured Building Surveyor

Land and Measured Building Surveyor – Immediate start Salary dependant on experience Northamptonshire Full time References required on request Aimcon Surveys Ltd are looking for a Land Surveyor to join their innovative and fast growing team based in Northampton. This is an exciting new permanent position with a competitive salary based on experience.  The business… Read more »

IMPS:Offices – A New Dawn For Measurement

  As you may or may not be aware there is no common standard across the World on which to measure property in terms of calculating net and gross areas. In the UK we are fortunate to have the RICS Code of Measuring Practice and other developed countries have their own respective standards and codes…. Read more »


Aimcon Surveys Ltd have just received confirmation that we have been accredited by Constructionline. This is another massive step for us and something we are very proud of.   Constructionline is a key organisation with the construction industry providing an up to date register of pre-qualified construction contractors. All suppliers are pre-qualified to government standards…. Read more »

Things are Looking Up!

01604 582200 A very good year… Hello! 2013 has been an excellent year so far. We have had the pleasure of working with some great clients on some great projects, surveying everything from derelict Victorian warehouses to large greenfield sites and to the swanky offices of 30 St Mary’s Axe (aka The Gherkin). It… Read more »