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Measured building surveys involve the internal or external mapping of buildings and structures, detailing the architectural elements and structural features of a building and are often considered an essential stage of the design and planning process of a variety of projects, including planning applications, conversation on listed buildings, house extensions...

As with most industries, technological advancements continue to be at the forefront of construction, shaping the future of the industry. To accommodate the constantly changing demands of modern businesses, technology continues to evolve at a rapid speed. For businesses to stay relevant in a highly competitive digital landscape, it is...

Bathymetric surveys are a type of hydrographic survey which map out the details of underwater terrain, and are particularly important in terms of aiding navigation and dredging activities, and supporting land projects. This guide will explore what bathymetric surveys are, common methods for conducting bathymetric surveys and why they are...

A current talking point in the surveying sector, that requires attention, is the integration of Virtual Reality (VR) technologies in the BIM process within 3D laser scanning surveys. With VR systems being widely influential and adopted across a multitude of industries, the surveying sector is no exception. There has been...

BIM, also known as building information modelling, is a system which combines data capture as part of an overall larger structure of construction processes; making it significantly easier and more effective for people and information to work together.

Measured building surveys can be conducted on all built structures, regardless of size, age, or condition. They are an accurate representation of a building, displaying structural and architectural elements of a building. Measured building surveys are an essential part of the design and planning process, especially during a building renovation,...

A Ground Penetrating Radar Survey is a geophysical locating technique that makes use of radio waves to take images of entities below ground level without digging up the soil. The objects that need their images captured should not be too far into the ground (not more than tens of metres...