Whether a home owner wants to build an extension to their property, an architect needs floor plans for a refurbishing project, an insurance company needs to update their portfolio or a developer requires drawings for a new project we have the expertise to deliver within time and budget constraints. With our knowledge and experience we can advise on all matters of the survey to ensure rapid yet accurate solutions. When working in a private dwelling or a busy office environment our staff are sensitive to the clients demands for minimum intrusion and disruption and will always work around their time restrictions. Our surveyors work independently to reduce costs and are responsible for each project from inception to final delivery ensuring continuity and accuracy of the final product. In house quality control is carried out before issuing the work to the client and we maintain a duty of care throughout.
Measured using hand held distos bluetoothed to tablets incorporating real time data capture software. For more complicated structures laser theodolites measure internal features and control the individual floors in order to maintain accuracy and consistency from basement to roof.
Depending upon site conditions and the clients requirements, building facades are surveyed using the following techniques. Laser theodolites to measure the building remotely and from a safe distance. Terrestrial photogrammetry is employed where local conditions make time the essence. Scanning technology where a high level of 3D data is required.
Produced from floor plan data and to the clients’ specific requirements.
All property measurement reports are fully complaint with the RICS Code of Measuring Practice and International Property Measuring Standards (IPMS)
Drawn with reference to the current Land Registry Practice Guidelines.
The collection of attributed data on site to be exported via AutoCAD into database software used for asset management.
Rights of Light
Our surveys can be tailored to the clients’ requirements with regard to the rights of light aspect of a project and can be either 2D surveys or 3D models to enable the production of Waldram diagrams for daylight and sunlight analysis.
3D laser scanning that can produce a point cloud to be imported into AutoCAD or Revit to construct a model of the existing structure.