All our measured building surveys are carried out on a fully controlled basis both inside and out using a reflectorless total station theodolite. This allows for a far more accurate survey than when using a laser distance meter or tape measure alone, Taped measurements and field book sketches are used to fill in small details that cant be accessed by the theodolite. The resulting floor plans show floor and ceiling levels, window sill and head heights, overhead structural beams etc with elevatuons all relating to a site datum.. Digital photography is utilised for building facades which, combined with image rectification software, can achieve a very high degree of elevation detail if required. We generally undertake this work in the Southwest of England, Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset but have undertaken surveys further afield in Bristol and South Wales.
Before undertaking a measured building survey the client is consulted to establish the final use of the survey and the required level of detail. This ensures that the survey is completed economically and that the client only pays for work that is required for their project.
Measured building surveys typically result in the production of floor plans and external elevations, but can also be used to produce cross sections, internal elevations, internal and external roof plans. Please click on the images below for an enlarged view.