Engineering Land & Building Surveys
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Operating mainly in London and the South East we specialise in Topographical Surveys, Measured building surveys, Underground service tracing and High Precision Structural Monitoring. Our owner is a surveyor with 40 years experience working with Consultant Engineers and Architects all over the UK, Africa and the Middle East.

Using the latest available survey equipment together with our extensive all round knowledge and experience of all types of survey we are dedicated to providing a quality timely service to all our clients.An important element of our service is to offer clear advice on the best approach in providing our clients with the information they require from the fee quotation to the final survey data.

read more › From schools, hotels, factories and offices to houses both large and small, an accurate measured survey is essential for any development. Using both remote laser observations and direct measurements, we can provide plans for your project, to the detail that you require, for architects and planners. Floor plans, elevations, cross-sections and streetscapes can all be produced as CAD drawings or hard copies. Precise monitoring of buildings for movement, both vertically and horizontally, particularly during adjacent construction and excavations, is carried out with digital levels and remote lasers.

read more › Our surveyors carry out topographical surveys ranging from the garden of a house to plan an extension, to large areas for proposed developments. Using total stations, we survey to the level of detail that you need. This could be a boundary survey or a fully detailed street, in 2D or 3D CAD as required. The surveyed data can be used for adding contours, or for volume calculations, as are needed in quarries and excavations. Using GPS receivers we can fix the survey to the Ordnance Survey grid and level datum.

read more › Understanding the location of drainage and other services buried under a proposed development is vital for planning your project. From finding the best connection point to existing drainage to identifying buried cables prior to excavation, we locate these using electrolocation and radar scanning. Manholes are lifted to determine depths, sizes and connections. The information is presented as layers within the topographical survey. When it comes to construction, the area below the surface is just as important as the visible space above ground.

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