A topographic survey (or land survey) provides a detailed and accurate representation of a specific area which shows all natural and manmade features. It is a crucial part of the design process for a site and should be carried out before any detailed design works take place.
A topographical survey defines boundaries of a property (or piece of land) and can be used as a legal document. They can also be used by planners, architects and civil engineers, helping them to make decisions on design and project management. An accurate survey will provide important details such as site levels and the locations of surrounding buildings.
Our topographical survey services are provided to suit our client’s budget. With our extensive experience, we can survey everything from single dwelling properties, highways, construction sites, all the way through to large-scale projects being appraised for development. We combine various methods of data capture, using familiar instruments such as Total Stations and GPS, alongside larger scale solutions such as drone surveys – this ensures we deliver bespoke and cost-effective solutions to our clients.