Measured Building Surveys

Aworth Survey Consultants measure buildings for refurbishment, redevelopment, conservation projects or property portfolios using the latest electronic survey instrumentation and meticulous hand measurement. 

The above methods allow our surveyors to produce survey drawings using site dimensions maintaining 1:1 accuracy and precise correlation between drawings in 2D AutoCAD or 3D Revit for BIM modelling.

Our standard measured building surveys are carried out in accordance with the RICS professional guidance, global: Measured Surveys of Land, Buildings and Utilities, 3rd edition.

Comprehensive measured plans define all walls, beams, stairs, columns, lifts, service entry points, kitchen and sanitary fittings, windows and doors.

Vertical information is produced for all floor levels, floor to ceiling heights, beam heights, window heights and roof levels.

Additional requirements such as lighting, service outlets, ducting, radiators and sprinkler systems can also be included.

In addition to providing measured floor plans tailored to our clients’ specific requirements, and delivered to the highest standard of drafting, we can provide reflected ceiling plans, roof plans, elevations and sections.

Whether you require RICS professional guidance, UK: Rights of Light, 2nd edition compliant elevations, standard detailed elevations or highly detailed elevations compliant with English Heritage guidelines we can provide these to meet your detailed requirements.

We can provide basic cross sections through a site, standard building sections cut through your building or highly detailed elevational sections. 

Elevations and sections are prepared with reference to measured plan data to ensure accuracy and completeness.

Aworth Survey Consultants understand the special considerations and techniques required to undertake historic building surveys compliant with English Heritage specification guidelines and to meet your detailed requirements. Our experience in this field has allowed us to work on many fine period and listed properties including; barns, castles, churches, priories, mansions, and university buildings.