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What is a Topographical Survey?

Highly detailed land and topographical surveys showing features, levels and contours

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You can avoid costly mistakes by having a topographical survey of your project.  You’ll then have an accurate understanding of your site.

Our surveyors will use laser scanners and drones to accurately measure every detail of your site in 3D.  You can then base your design work on the survey and be confident that you will have all the information you need for a successful project.

What is a topographical survey?

A topographical survey is a centimetre-accurate highly detailed map of your site. You’ll be able to see the position of many features.  Buildings, manhole covers, lampposts, individual trees, steps, walls and fences are all shown, along with surface descriptions, levels and heights. Our surveyors fully measure your site using drones, laser scanners, robotic total stations and precise GPS systems.  These capture Ordnance Survey co-ordinates and levels instantly. You can have your topographical survey delivered in any digital format, such as 2D CAD, 3D CAD, PDF or Revit.

Call us on 01905 622 495 to speak to one of our senior land surveyors now.
Bury Associates can help you with all your survey needs. We guarantee accuracy and reliability.


What our customers say

  • Excellent & timely work, well executed

    Chris Legg


  • After working with Bury Associates, I just can say they are a really professional company, always happy to solve problems and help with any issue. The quality of their work is excellent.

    Jesica Valle


  • We have commissioned Bury Associates for a number of projects. Their performance and support is always at the top level in the industry. Often our projects involve work around sensitive or complex environments and we are very pleased with the professionalism Bury demonstrate in their work. While we usually only obtain 2D survey data, the Webshare facility they offer is a hugely useful resource in revisiting elements of the site during the course of a project.

    Simon Holden


  • Lovely people and great surveys

    John Stack