Specialists in the sale, hire and service of equipment
With over thirty years of experience in the geospatial and on-site construction industries, SEP Geospatial is well-equipped to provide support for your next project through the sale, hire and service of the latest industry-standard equipment.
Our proud status as authorised distributors and service partners of leading brands such as Spectra, Trimble, FARO and Nikon allows us to supply a wide range of high-quality equipment at very competitive prices. From total stations, GNSS receivers, 3D laser scanners and industry software to everyday surveying accessories and consumables, our extensive portfolio brings together everything our clients may need.
Furthermore, the working relationships we build with our clients doesn’t end at the sale. All equipment purchased or hired through us is complemented by outstanding technical advice and after-sale support from our team. This includes in-house diagnostics, survey equipment hire, survey equipment repair and calibration, ensuring our equipment can be used to its full potential.
Spectra Geospatial SP85 GNSS receivers Welcomed at UK’s only Commerical Survey Training Centre
Providing training to the whole survey and construction industry, The Survey school – operated by The Survey Association – received three Spectra Geospatial SP85 GNSS receivers in December 2020 from SEP and Spectra Geospatial.
Utilised at the UK’s only Commercial Survey Training Centre, the survey equipment received high praise from Survey school manager Alan Mansell, FCInstCE who said “We believe that the best training can only be delivered using the best equipment and technology available. Having seen the Spectra equipment demonstrated, it became apparent that choosing the Spectra SP85 and Ranger 7 would not be a difficult decision to make”
Alan also highlighted SEP’s professionalism, saying “I cannot thank SEP and Spectra Geospatial enough for their generous support and commitment to the surveyors who train at our school and for the profession as a whole.”