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What are: Measured Building Surveys A measured building survey is carried out in order to create an accurate 2D or 3D representation of a building.

Measured Building Surveys

We know every detail counts - that's why we measure everything

All our Measured Building Surveys are carried out using the latest highly accurate survey technology. Total stations are used to create a precise control network around a building then laser scanners are used to take many millions of measurements to obtain the exact size and shape of it. Any additional information that the scanner cannot get is measured with the laser measures or tape.

2D CAD drawings of the building usually consist of floor plans, elevations and sections. Increasingly measured building surveys are now issued as a 3D Building Information Model for use in a program such as Autodesk's Revit.

The point cloud obtained from the laser scanning operation is processed back in the office then used to create the final drawings or model the building in 3D. Many clients now use the point cloud data themselves to gain a better understanding of a building's geometry.

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We have used Bury Associates over a number of years to survey Peel Group properties. They provide a prompt and cost effective service to us, drawing up land and building surveys of our retail development sites including the latest formats used by us and our tenants.

Roger Wheeldon, Peel Group

We have used Bury Associates on numerous occasions finding them very reliable and efficient.

Tristram Dodwell, Hampson Williams

Following the experience gained on the Central Library project, I can confirm that the project team and I would have no hesitation in recommending Bury Associates for other work.

John Lorimer, Manchester City Council