Measured Building Surveys
Measured building surveys may be required for planning applications, redevelopments and extensions, or for information regarding space and commercial requirements (eg. fire safety plans). A measured building survey will usually consist of internal floor plans and external elevations of the building, but may also include building cross sections and internal elevations, and may also be linked to a topographical survey in order to provide a complete record of the building within its surroundings.
Floor plans can be produced for any building ranging from small residential properties to larger and more complex commercial and industrial premises. The level of information presented will depend on the purpose of the survey - this can be as basic as room outlines and openings, through to including all fixtures and fittings as necessary.
An example of one of our floor plan surveys is shown below. Offices in an 18th century building in Berkshire.
All our elevations are surveyed using a total station which allows us to add as much detail as required to the drawings. We can produce outline elevations or street scenes through to full elevations of the property, including all architectural detail.
An example elevation is shown below. A large country house in Wiltshire.