Topographical Land Surveys, London, Brighton, Sussex, Surrey and surrounding areas
The measurement and mapping of land is key to building development for the future and essential for land administration and management.
Cadmap produce accurate site surveys of the land for many different clients such as, planners, architects, designers and developers providing high quality topographical surveys for the design and future development of the projects. Land surveys indicate all ground related features on the site to their true position which is key for any design taking place. Cadmap's Land Surveyors operate Leica 1200 and 1100 series total stations and are fully trained with all aspects of land surveying and site setting out. All land surveyors hold current CSCS cards for entry on to building sites for any site engineering and are CRB certified for any school surveys that may be required.
Cadmap ensure our surveying techniques are in accordance with the RICS specifications and we deliver surveys to the highest quality.
Producing a site survey of the land is important due to the impact on design requirements. Cadmap can produce level surveys showing contours in 2D and 3D model outputs, a level survey can be captured with GPS surveying equipment for relationship to OS grid and level datum alternatively the survey can be based on a local ordnance survey benchmark.
After the site work on any topographical survey is complete the data is processed then interrogated using SCC and Geosite Survey Office software. The raw data is quality checked and approved to ensure the accuracy of the land survey. Topographical Survey, Floor level surveys, site surveys.
If you require a land or topographical survey in London, Sussex, Surrey and surrounding areas, please contact us or email a plan outlining the area you require surveying, with a specification and we will provide a free quotation within 24 hours, outlining our time scales and prices. Survey company in London,
Below are some of the clients we provide topographical surveys for.
To View the RICS specification Measured Surveys of Land, Buildings and Utilities, 3rd edition click Here