Measured Building Survey

Have an precise and fast measured building survey from the professionals. Whatever sort of project you require a measured survey for, they can help. The team are fully trained and qualified, with more than 20 years experience in the industry. They are dedicated to delivering first class service to all our clients.

Your Measured Building Survey will produce precise data that you can employ for a variety of different projects, whether it is construction, restoration, or demolition. Clients include architects, engineers, property developers, and interior designers. The team can work with a variety of buildings, public or private, and will adapt their service to your unique requirements.

Using 3D laser scanning technology and Building Information Modelling software, they can thoroughly produce the important data in an accessible format. This can ensure you can quickly get information you require about a particular structure. For a professional measured building survey, the team can help.

Measured Surveys

One of the fastest techniques employed for measured surveys is laser scanning. This creates a 3D model of any sort of structure, from car parks to houses. The primary benefit of this method is that it is quick. So if you need a measured survey and the information it produces as quickly as possible, this is ideal. 3D laser scanners can capture the details of a structure in only a couple of minutes. The information is then imported to the appropriate software, and 3D and 2D models can be supplied in digital or paper plans as desired. Laser scanners can be used for property surveys both inside and outside the building. The data it captures allows for precise models of a buildings features, including aspects such as window reveals, columns, beams, transoms, and doorways.

The sections and plans that are measured by the laser scanner during a measured survey can be used with a CAD system and for Business Information Modelling (BIM). However, just using the machine on its own isn't an option. A fully trained property surveyor is crucial, as vast amounts of detailed information is measured by the laser scanner. your surveyor will ensure you receive only the most useful and relevant data. They will also appreciate the nature of your project, and be able to adapt the results to best suit your requirements.

The team understand that whilst speed is an important aspect of a property survey, accuracy of the information gained is of the utmost value. You'll want the survey to provide reliable information that you can be confident using for your project. They work to achieve absolute accuracy, and use only high grade, cutting edge tools and technology to minimise the chance of any mistakes. The team take pride in their measured surveys, and are confident that the information will be of significant benefit to any project.

Measured Building Surveys

Measured building surveys can be carried out for all types of buildings. For instance, the team can work with offices, warehouses, private houses, housing estates, places of worship, and art galleries to name just a few examples. Whether the building is new or old, they can assist. Clients who use measured building surveys include interior decorators, architects, engineers, property developers, and historians. Whatever field you come from, the building surveyor will pay attention to your requirements, and work with you in order to produce the most beneficial results from the survey.

A measured building survey can be used to produce floor plans, ceiling plans, building plans, lease plans, building elevations, and area plans. You can use the information to assist for architectural design, assessing costs, and for identifying issues early on. The technical applications for this type of survey are numerous, so the team adapt their services to suit you best. They always deliver the recorded information in an easy to digest format that is visually distinct. They know that this makes working with the information easier and quicker, especially if multiple parties will be using the survey results.

To book a quote for measured building surveys, or to arrange an initial discussion, simply complete the online form with your contact details and a brief description of the service that you need. You'll get a quick response by phone or email during office hours from a customer service adviser. They will be happy to answer any questions with you, and discuss how their services can support your projects.

Building Information Modelling

Building Information Modelling, or BIM, is a construction technology used to make and explore a digital model of a structure. The 2011 Government Construction Strategy announced the intention that 3D BIM technologies should be used on all of their projects.

The value of this technology is in making it simpler for a range of different individuals or teams to work on a building. For construction, development, renovation, and demolition, this is very useful. By assembling all information about a building in an accessible format, a project can go ahead smoothly. Risks of mistakes are reduced, alongside time and effort taken to collaborate on a project.

Throughout all stages, any involved party can check the BIM for a range of different information. An accountant can use it to estimate costs, whilst an architect and engineer can share information on the building for energy data. For large scale projects where many different parties are involved, this can be extremely useful. The team can use Building Information Modelling to help you get the best out of your project.

Building Elevation

A survey on building elevation is usually required by architects, who want accurate information on the elevation of structures. The accurately measured elevations cover dimensions, levels, and materials. This data can be aligned with a topographical survey or floor plan, to create a concise overview of a building. The team use cutting edge equipment to ensure that the results are as accurate as possible.

Dilapidation Survey

A dilapidation survey is required to evaluate the condition of a structure and its surrounding site prior to construction, demolition, or new owners moving in. The importance of a dilapidation survey is in avoiding damage to the surrounding site, and minimising financial losses in the case of legal action.

With a dilapidation survey, the team will record any signs of existing damage in the structure itself and surrounding site, covering roofs, tiling, fixtures, adjoining walls, and surrounding footpaths to mention just a few areas of attention. The highly trained team will provide a thorough survey to ensure that you are fully aware of any existing damage, and are protected against unfounded law suits based on structural damage.

For any project that necessitates major construction or demolition work, and where claims of damage could be expensive, this is essential. However, it is also useful to arrange a dilapidation survey when new tenants are moving into a building.


Will the chartered building surveyor be trained and experienced?

The team of measured building surveyors are trained in carrying out accurate surveys, and have years of experience in working with different sorts of buildings. They are confident of the standard of their work, and aim to deliver impressive results.

What are the building survey quotes like?

The team cater their services to the client. Since all clients have bespoke needs, they can provide a more beneficial service by supplying unique quotes based on the precise services required. If you want to organise a measured building survey, or to receive a price, don't hesitate to get in contact.

How long will a measured building survey take to complete?

This will depend upon a range of factors, for example the kind of building that you require a measured building survey for, how large the building is, and how many areas need to be surveyed.

At the beginning of your measured survey, the experts will offer an estimated finishing time or date, and keep you up to date throughout the process. They understand that many projects are time sensitive, so aim to work as quickly as possible, without sacrificing the precision of the data they collect.


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i need a survey to tell me the metres above ordinance data of my house to see if it has been incorrectly put into flood risk zone 3


please could you provide a quote and your timescales for carrying out a full internal and external survey of a property at 3 hillgrove , yeovil, ba20 2lp.


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