Point Cloud Survey

Point Cloud Surveys are fast becoming the industry norm for surveying buildings with a high degree of precision. A Point Cloud Survey uses a laser to produce an internal and external scan of a building. The laser sends out millions of laser beams, which return points as they hit surfaces.

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2D Drawings & 3D Modelling

Create 2D AutoCAD drawings (or plans) that contains everything in the building as is. 3D modelling is the process of creating a three-dimensional computer model which represents a 'real-world' object/building


BIM Models

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle; defined as existing from earliest conception to demolition.

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Topographical  Survey

Topographic survey is simply the recording of coordinates and height data for a particular survey area. This data can be used to create spot height maps, contour maps, or more complex terrain models of the surveyed area.


Setting Out Engineer

Setting out is the process by which information is taken from construction design drawings and then pegs, profiles or other marks are set to control the construction work and ensure that each element is constructed in the right position and to the correct level.

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