Measured Building Survey
Creating an accurate representation of the space on your estate
What is a Measured Building Survey?
A measured survey produces highly accurate data of your estate by taking precise measurements of the buildings, structures and sites that can be used to create an exact representation of the space to scale.
This comprehensive survey relates to your site’s external and internal aspects and records all structural elements, including walls, columns, doors, windows, floor levels, heights, and beams.
Before producing any design drawings for a building project, you should have a measured survey. Missing or inaccurate data can lead to many issues down the line, including increased costs and delays.
Why choose Sircle?
Sircle have been completing measured building surveys for our customers for nearly 30 years. We are unique in offering a UK-wide service using our own experienced surveyors and equipment solely so that our customers can be sure of consistency and quality of deliverables.
Prior to the survey commencing, we provide a detailed scope of works to ensure that we survey and capture the information you require and create a drawing that is fit for purpose, i.e. redevelopment, occupancy, maintenance etc. Our team will visit your site to conduct a space-by-space survey of the buildings in scope using the latest laser measuring devices, such as handheld disto, total station or high-speed 3D point cloud scanners.
Our team learn from every project that they work on and improve their skills and knowledge to exceed your surveying requirements and bring vast experience to the project. Whether you have no drawings or are looking to bring incorrectly scaled drawings up to a high degree of accuracy, our measured building survey services are what you need.
The measured surveys we carry out follow guidance notes from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), giving you peace of mind.
“We chose Sircle for our project based on their experience in surveying in this sector, their competitive rates and completing successful trial surveys. Not only were they professional in their approach, the experience they brought to the table helped us consider several other areas where we could potentially reduce costs and increase efficiency.”