Aspect Land & Hydrographic Surveys Ltd were awarded a substantial survey contract by Falkirk Council as part of the HELIX Eco Park, an ambitious project conceived as part of the Falkirk Greenspace Initiative.

The HELIX project provides a unique outdoor space for all with free access to a central park and woodland, paths, cycle-ways and water features, reconnects the Forth and Clyde Canal to the Forth estuary and promotes water-based activities, creates major public artworks and develops a sustainable environment.

Green light for HELIX Eco Park survey

Aspect Land & Hydrographic Surveys Ltd provided high quality topographic, bathymetric and LiDAR survey information for design works, civil engineering and hydrodynamic modelling purposes.

The name ‘HELIX’ comes from the distinctive shape of the design concept as it spirals down from Langlees to Laurieston and Polmont and takes its reference from the genetic code of life.