3D Survey for Commercial Buildings or Structures

Collects millions of data points at speed, quality and at a level of detail that conventional surveys can’t match.

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Experienced inhouse team of modellers

Surveyors Sydney

Servicing Sydney, Hunter & Central Coast

3D laser scanning for commercial buildings or structures are used for a variety of purposes including architectural design, construction, building maintenance, structural and mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP) services which conventional surveys rarely provide.  Enabling architects and designers to obtain accurate data to design with confidence in creating their overall vision.

We offer various 3D laser scanning surveys for commercial properties.

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Not too sure what survey you require? Let’s discuss.

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Detail and Level Survey

Also known as a contour survey, this is the starting point for any design process.  The 3D laser scanner models all existing features including trees, adjoining properties, visible services and takes levels over the land.  This 3D survey can also determine the location of the property boundaries and the existing buildings in relation to them.

Detail Identification (Ident.) Survey

Includes a survey of the property/ building, the site boundary, and all offsets between the two. A registered surveyor will sign off on this plan.

External Survey

A detailed survey of the buildings’ external façade and features found directly surrounding it.

Internal Survey

A internal survey of the building, which includes the details of rooms such as built-ins and amenities.

MEP Survey

Full 3D scanning and modelling of all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems.

Why choose C&A Surveyors for your next project
Accurate measurements

A high-detail 3D building model can support architects and engineers to design a partial restoration or a complete rebuild should a heritage building be damaged or destroyed.

Improved project management

A 3D survey for a historical building provides in-depth heritage details, showing both the interior fit-outs and the preservation of the historic exteriors of the structure, and is complemented by high-quality documentation, which adds value to large scale heritage projects.

Less disruption

If necessary, 3D surveys can be carried out during regular working hours, as the advanced equipment used for these surveys is designed to be fast and accurate, minimising disruption to your teams.