Surveyors still play a major role in construction work and are needed in the planning and design of both large and small projects including:
Although new technological advances make the surveyor’s work somewhat more streamlined, surveyors still require a high level of specialised training to provide a precise and timely construction surveying service.
Scope of Work
A construction survey provides essential information to guide the construction, restoration or renovation of a new building. A typical construction survey will involve the following:
- Determining reference points and markers
- Topographic surveying
- Confirming location of surrounding structures.
- Flood risk assessments
- 3D laser scanning
Construction Surveys in the Shoalhaven
From site calibration and data preparation to assessment and control, the surveyor is a crucial part of the construction process. If you’re looking for an exceptional land surveying team, contact Leslie & Thompson. We will be happy to discuss your construction project needs.