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    OSGB36 & OSGM15 (+£150.00)


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    • Site Plan

      A site plan is a detailed property map showing its layout, features, and boundaries, including buildings, driveways, parking areas, landscaping, and other site-specific information. It is commonly used in construction, development, and zoning to ensure compliance with regulations.

    • Floor Plans

      Floor plans are scaled drawings that show the layout of a building or a single floor, including the location of rooms, doors, windows, walls, and other features. They provide an overhead view of the space and can help visualise the area's size and shape.

    • Sections

      Sections are drawing that show a vertical cut-through view of a building or structure, usually from roof to foundation. They provide a detailed view of the internal structure, construction materials, and relationships between different building elements, such as floors, walls, columns, and beams.

    • Elevations

      Elevation drawings show the exterior view of a building or structure, typically from one or more sides. It provides a detailed representation of the building's height, shape, and architectural features, such as doors, windows, rooflines, and decorative architectural elements.

    • Arbitrary Datum

      An arbitrary datum is used for small works that are not related to the British National Grid.

    • OSGB36 & OSGM15

      The survey grid is based on OSGB36 (Ordnance Survey Great Britain 1936) and OSGM15 (Ordnance Survey Geoid Model 2015), which are the standards for the British National Grid.

    • Electrical Features

      Electrical features refer to components within a building's electrical infrastructure, such as switches, sockets and lighting. We can show the positions of these features on the plans at an additional cost.

    • Radiator Positions

      Radiators refer to all heating devices. We can show the positions of these features on the plans at an additional cost.

    • Internal Elevations

      Internal elevations refer to detailed drawings that show the vertical surfaces of a building's interior spaces, such as walls, floors, and ceilings. These drawings provide a comprehensive view of the walls or ceiling, including the placement of doors, windows, fixtures, and other features. Internal elevations are typically used by Interior Designers.

    • GIA Report

      Gross Internal Area (GIA) refers to the total floor area of a building measured to the internal face of the perimeter walls at each floor level. The GIA is an important metric used in property valuation, leasing, and planning applications.

    • Orthophotos

      Orthophotos are scaled images obtained from scanned data free from distortions. In practice, we slice the point cloud to generate these views. Sometimes architects and designers require additional sections or layouts to know more about the building structure.

      If you are considering ordering more drawings, this solution could be for you. It can be an alternative to 2D CAD drawings to receive accurate orthophotos of site plans, floor plans, sections, and elevations at a much lower price.

      Our orthophotos can be provided within 24h after the site visit and the essential data for the PointCab Share app. This will allow you to manage the scans, measure the distances and areas, or pick up the levels.

    • 360 Photographs

      As part of our services, we also offer valuable photographic records using 360-degree cameras to capture high-resolution images of the entire property. This allows you to see every corner and detail from every angle.

      These photographic records provide a visual reference that can be used for various purposes, including as a reference for future designs, renovations, or repairs. They can also be used to document the property's condition at a specific point in time, providing substantial evidence in case of disputes or legal issues.

      Our team takes great care to ensure that the photographic records are of the highest quality. We take multiple shots from different angles and elevated poles to capture every aspect of the property. Then, we provide these images to our clients digitally, allowing for easy sharing and distribution.

    • E57 File

      The .e57 file extension is used for files that contain 3D point cloud data captured using 3D laser scanners. It is an open standard that supports multiple data types, including 3D coordinates, colour information, and intensity values. It also supports the storage of metadata, such as scan parameters and other relevant information. We provide this file for free as a part of our survey projects.

    • RCP File

      The .rcp file extension is used for Autodesk Recap. Autodesk developed software for processing and editing 3D laser scanning data and other point cloud data captured from various sources.

      This file format stores the processed point cloud data and project information, including registration information, scans, and other metadata and can only be opened using Autodesk software.

    • PCP File

      The .pcp file extension refers to PointCab software for processing and editing 3D laser scanning data and other point cloud data captured from various sources. This file can be opened using the PointCab Share app, which is helpful for fast sharing sliced point cloud data with our clients.

      This free application requires no special skills or advanced computer configuration. Everyone can enjoy accessing the point cloud, even on a small, inexpensive laptop.

    • Thermal Imaging Survey

      A thermal imaging survey is a method of using thermal cameras to capture and analyse temperature variations in an object, area, or structure. This helps identify issues like heat leaks, electrical problems, or temperature anomalies.

    • Floor Flatness Survey

      Floor flatness survey, often referred to as FF survey, is a measurement and assessment process used to determine the evenness and smoothness of a floor surface, typically in construction or industrial settings. It helps ensure that the floor meets specified flatness criteria for safety, functionality, and aesthetics.

    • Survey Budget

      We highly recommend that you consider taking advantage of our services and declare the available funds for measurements. Our company offers a wide range of technological solutions tailored to meet your specific needs at a competitive price. It's important to note that not all drawings are required immediately, and we can work with you to adjust our services to fit within your budget.

    Get A Quote FAQs

    • What drawings do I need for a Loft Conversion?

      It is recommended to order a top floor plan to design a new staircase, at least one section showing the slope of the roof with structural elements like rafters and purlins, as well as front and rear external elevation drawings. Additionally, including neighbouring elevation views from both sides, approximately 2-3 meters away, is always beneficial. Moreover, a roof plan can provide a lot of valuable information.

    • What drawings do I need for Interior Design purposes?

      Based on our experience, we recommend ordering floor plans and at least one section. Providing 360-degree photographic records can be helpful for your interior designer in gaining a better understanding of the space.

      Many clients also order internal elevations showing all room walls and ceilings, but to avoid unnecessary expenses, we recommend consulting with your Interior Designer first about this option.

    • Should I include Electrical Features and Radiator positions?

      It's a personal preference. We are convinced that 360-degree photos are often enough.

    • When do I need to order a full Survey?

      Let's start by defining what a full survey entails. This refers to a comprehensive set of drawings necessary to fulfil your design purposes. Based on our experience, customers usually order site plans (including the roof), floor plans, 1-2 sections, and all external elevations. This set of drawings is enough for the loft conversion and rear extension.

      Additionally, some interior designers may require interior elevations, but this is optional and depends on their needs.

    • What drawings do I need for a Rear Extension?

      The specific drawings needed for a rear extension on a terraced house will vary depending on the complexity of the project and the local building regulations. If you plan to extend only the ground floor, you will typically require a site plan, ground floor plan, rear elevation, and section through the ground floor only. For better context, it is recommended to include neighbouring elevation views, 2-3 meters from both sides.

    • Is Laser Scanning more expensive than traditional Survey?

      Laser scanning is generally less expensive than traditional survey methods due to the time required on the site. It also provides more accurate and detailed data, which may save costs by reducing errors and rework.

    • Do I need to provide a full Property Address?

      Before sending our offer, we quickly research your property online, including Google Maps, Zoopla and Right Move. This allows us to tailor our offer to your needs and avoid situations where the project is underestimated or overestimated. However, if we do not receive the correct address, we may not be able to estimate our on-site work accurately.

    • Do you Measure all types of Buildings?

      We can help you with measurements for various types of buildings, including flats, single-family homes, multi-family buildings, and commercial buildings, such as small cafes, pubs, large office buildings, shopping centres, and production facilities.