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A measured survey produces an accurate scaled drawing of the layout of a building. These plans can be as detailed or as basic as required.

Measurements are taken within the building using various instruments such as a total station, terrestrial 3D scanners, hand held laser measures and tape measures so as to leave no stone unturned.

Once the measurements have been taken they are then utilised to produce the scaled drawing of the building. These drawings usually consist of, floor plans, elevations, and sections.

Elevations are used to represent the external facade of the building and are often a requirement in planning applications, but can also be particularly useful when visualising extensions and alterations.

A section is a vertical slice through the building typically used to show the layout of the internal elements. They can also be used to analyse deformation and defects within the fabric of the building.

For examples of our measured building surveys please follow the link below.

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