We provide Measured Surveys through a supply chain partner with whom we have worked closely for a number of years. They employ a dedicated team of surveyors and design technicians to provide a thorough, efficient and tailored service.
We provide the following services:
- Measured building surveys
- Land registry compliant lease plans
- Area reports to RICS & IPMS codes of measuring practice
- 3D Laser scanning and 3D output
- Furniture audits
- Topographical surveys
- Vehicle tracking
- 3D model simulation
Utilising state-of-the-art hardware and software, we are able to accurately measure and draw the most complex of buildings.
Our range of measured survey products can be provided as a stand-alone service or can be undertaken in conjunction with our other services such as project management or building surveys.
Our Measured Survey team is involved right from the start of your transaction to give you the indisputable figures you need
Detail and accuracy
All of our measured surveys are independent, accurate and produced in accordance with the latest edition of the RICS Code of Measuring Practice.
We provide a detailed, forensic approach to measured areas and are obsessive in the accuracy of our surveying. When rental value is measured per square foot and each square foot dramatically affects the capital value of a building, there is no room for error in reporting property dimensions or areas.
Our Measured Survey team is involved right from the start of your transaction to give you the indisputable figures you need. Precision is everything. With cutting edge technology – such as 3D modelling and high definition laser scanners – at our fingertips, our experts measure your property with an accuracy that’s correct to 0.2%.
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