With over 30 years of experience in land and measured building surveying our CADS Survey team will provide you with an accurate and reliable measured survey delivered to your required specification.
Operating throughout the UK and Western Europe our surveyors can survey an individual building or an entire estate and have the capability to fulfil multiple surveys for large roll-out programmes. Our surveyors are also trained to undertake surveys of historic buildings to meet Historic England’s requirements.
Accurate and valuable results from laser scans and digital innovation
In the field, our trained surveyors use the latest laser and digital technologies to measure and position points, distances, angle and levels. We then use the latest Computer Aided Design software to produce a highly accurate digital record of the data. This is provided in a traditional 2D format or as 3D models, including BIM models for projects utilising a Building Information Modelling (BIM) methodology, which may be delivered in a variety of formats to suit the client’s needs.
Determining the best solution
Our services are built around each customer’s individual requirements and where wanted we can provide advice on the correct specification that best meets your needs.
Professional, reliable and accurate measured surveys
Working in accordance with relevant professional and industry standards you can be confident that our exacting ISO 9001 certified processes, use of precision instruments, meticulous professional surveying practices and expert interpretation will deliver accurate measured surveys that you can depend upon. It goes without saying that all our surveyors are CSCS and asbestos-aware trained.
We also have surveyors across the country conducting National Housing Surveys, in partnership with the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) and on behalf of the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG). Find out more information about the Housing Surveys here.
If you would like to discuss your Measured Survey requirements in more detail, please contact Mark Johnson. His contact details are at the top of the page.