topographical, engineering, boundaries or GPS survey
Land surveying services include:
- Topographical surveys include measuring and recording the terrain, including roads, pylons, kerbs, service covers, boundary demarcations, fences and walls, with data available in both 2D and 3D formats – see below for further detail
- Engineering surveys for setting-out the delineation of buildings
- As-built surveys showing positions of structures and services
- GIS-compliant data capture for input to the Land Registry property register.
- Preparation of Land Registry compliant plans for planning applications, deeds, leases, acquisitions and disposals, and conveyancing.
- Boundary disputes — survey and advice on resolution. Delivering data to help settle boundary disputes, providing legal professionals with accurate information to make decisions.
- Drone surveys are an increasingly important tool for collecting large amounts of data quickly, cost-effectively and with minimal disruption, often in inaccessible locations.
Topographical SurveysTopographic Surveys involve the production of maps and plans which are true to scale. The maps are created to exactly represent details of both the natural and built environments. Topographical surveys can record the condition of buildings for conservation or historical records. It can detail surfaces & topography for engineering works and record the condition of projects at different stages making an accurate record of a building for quality control and certification purposes. The survey can establish floor, ceiling and window levels as well as producing plans, sections and elevations. Using equipment including GPS and Robotic Total Stations, Laser Scanners and Precise Digital Levels with on-board digital storage, Murphy Surveys UK can measure any feature of the built or natural environment swiftly and precisely and to the highest standard attainable. Outputs include 2D and 3D drawings, profiles and volumes, Autodesk Civil 3D surfaces, MX GENIO and LandXML outputs, 3D Modelling, 3D Animation Fly-through videos, 3D Visualisation and Building Information Modelling (BIM).