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A topographical survey is a type of measured survey, undertaken by specialist surveyors. These surveys are used as a starting point for proposed developments, as well as for recording boundaries. They have the potential to reduce costs and avoid delays by providing an in-depth understanding of a site and its distinctive features, in a way that no other type of survey could relay.
A measured building survey is a comprehensive survey that relates to the external and internal aspects of a site or building. If you are considering commissioning a measured survey, cost will obviously feature in your thoughts. But it is important to bear in mind that the price of a survey is influenced by a variety of factors, and that cost vs quality is an essential consideration.
A 3D laser survey is the modern technology alternative to traditional-style hand surveying methods. If you are new to this measured surveying process, you may be wondering, how accurate is a laser survey? This is precisely what we’ll set out to address in this post, as well as exploring the many benefits of precision 3D scanning.
Topographic surveying has an important role to play in building design and development projects, as well as in land administration and management generally. In this post we’re aiming to answer in detail the question, what is a topographic survey, whilst exploring how topographical surveys work and why they are so important during the building process.
A movement monitoring survey allows movement to be identified early on before remediation costs could start to escalate, and before claims from property or landowners with resulting issues may become a potential problem. Join us as we explore the question, what is a movement monitoring survey, explaining how they work, and what you should be looking for in a movement monitoring surveyor.
A 3D laser survey is the modern alternative to traditional-style surveying methods. It offers a variety of benefits, allowing a surveyor to quickly and easily collect a large amount of detailed data over a short period of time. In this post we’re addressing the question, “What is a 3D laser survey”, answering commonly asked questions and looking at how 3D laser scanning is used throughout the construction process.