Measured Building Surveys
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Following a measured building survey request we initially assess the building structure in order to find the quickest and most accurate method to provide you with a cost effective solution. We have a wealth of experience of measured building surveys on varying projects from houses to schools, hospitals, retail stores, churches and heritage sites. We can provide you with remote surveying techniques for sensitive or inaccessible detail, by using laser scanning and reflectorless total stations.
By keeping up to date with the latest surveying technology has allowed us to expand the range of deliverables to suit your project requirements.Our measured building surveys provide you with detailed accurate plans to the appropriate scale, quickly and efficiently in order to help you keep to tight schedules. As well as floor plans we can provide elevations, internally and externally, cross sections and street scenes. Examples of recent measured building survey projects can be viewed on the portfolio page of our website with testimonials from our satisfied customers.
Property Floor Plans
Property floor plans can be provided for any building from small residential to larger and more complex premises. All buildings are surveyed using Leica survey equipment, which enables us to accurately measure the internal layout. The level of information shown on floor plans depends entirely on your needs and what you wish to be shown. This can range from the basic layout of walls, windows and doors, through to all fixtures and fittings including electrical socket positions, lights and switches.
We can provide you with elevation detail using a reflectorless total station. The amount of information shown on elevation drawings can vary from basic line work to full architectural detail. We can also provide street scene elevations, which are often now a planning requirement, and these can be done without needing access to the property.
Cross Section Drawings
Cross section drawings can be produced through any part of the measured building survey, and they normally show section information along the cut-line, the position of which can be determined by you so that the section contains all the information you require for your design purposes. Full architectural detail can be shown in elevation behind the section line, showing cornices, architraves etc.