We are Murphy Geospatial
We capture, collate, verify and govern geospatial data for our clients within the architecture, engineering and construction industries need, to work with confidence and maximise efficiencies. Our specialist consultancy and data helps to underpin key decision–making throughout the asset lifecycle. In an increasingly complex and ever changing world, we provide geospatial certainty you can trust.
We are proud and committed partners to a fast-moving and ever-evolving global industry. We are also relentless in our pursuit of progress, leading the innovation and education that is shaping the future of geospatial surveying and data collection.
Delivering Geospatial Certainty since 1983.
Since our humble beginnings, we have come a long way, driven by the late Peter Murphy’s deep-rooted passion for geomatics, we are more than just a survey company.
Cycle for Crumlin
Murphy Geospatial, in conjunction with the Kilcullen Cycling Club, hosts the annual charity event, Cycle for Crumlin. The charity cycle event has become a firm favourite in the cycling calendar and has raised over €65,000 for the amazing work of CMRF Crumlin (the Children’s Medical and Research Foundation).
Due to the current pandemic, the event has been put on hold until further notice.
We recognise the challenges associated with collating all required information prior to digging on site and, through this partnership with PelicanCorp, we are actively engaging with utility companies across Ireland to come together and streamline the process of obtaining location data. Through expansion, beforeUdig will modernise and speed up communication between the asset owner and the contractor helping to prevent unnecessary risk of injury to the community and avoid service outages caused by damage to critical buried infrastructure all around the country. PelicanCorp have developed software to support similar services being used successfully in other countries around the world. Together with Irish utility companies and our local authorities, we aim to promote safe digging practices and raise the standards of safety in Ireland. More information here.