The Process

A proven and painless process DMJ has been helping farmers improve the quality and productiveness of their land for over 20 years. In that time, we have refined our approach, and today our vastly experienced team follow a proven process that considers both the needs of the land and the people working it.

Survey

One of our drainage specialists will visit you. They will survey the land, take soil samples, and identify the location of existing drains and buried services. We will discuss your current drainage plan (if any), future cropping plans, and time constraints. As part of the site visit, our surveyors will use the latest GPS technology to topographical survey your fi eld. Using the GPS data and our in-house software, we can access information about your current drainage plan and record the exact position of outfalls, culverts, obstacles and soil structure.

design

During the design process, we consider all essential factors, such as budget, cropping plans, time constraints and the problems your current drainage scheme presents. Our in-house surveyors utilise the latest GPS technology, which gives them detailed data, such as previous drainage plans and the position of culverts and obstacles, as well as current soil structures.

Proposal

Based on your requirements, we will produce a design proposal drawing setting out our recommended drainage plan. This free-of-charge drawing will show you how the drainage scheme will be installed to resolve your drainage issues.

installation

Once the drainage scheme is agreed, we will work with you to schedule the start of the project. We know that farming is a demanding industry, and we will plan our installation work around your needs. Having undertaken hundreds of projects, we have refined our approach to ensure minimal disruption to your operation.

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