Whether you need a land survey for a property translation, planning application, or prior to a construction project, MIC Surveys Limited has decades of experience working in this industry. Over the years, we’ve worked on a range of sites, land and buildings of many sizes and types.
How quickly it takes to complete a land survey will depend on a number of factors.
That includes the amount of land you need to be surveyed and the complexity of the terrain. It also depends on just how accurate you need the results to be.
How long a survey takes will reflect the type of equipment that a land survey company uses. Hundreds of years ago, carrying out a land survey was obviously a tricky and long-winded process. Fortunately, technology has made it much easier to complete in even limited amounts of time.
Decide how much land you want to be examined.
To speed up the process it’s crucial to have a clear plan of the area you want to be surveyed, the type of survey needed, and the equipment required to do it effectively.
It’s important to remember that rushing through a land survey can compromise its accuracy. In some cases, it can even lead to errors. So, while it’s essential to work efficiently, make sure not to compromise the quality of the survey.
Pick a land survey company that uses state-of-the-art equipment.
MIC Surveys use the latest and best surveying technology including high quality drones. Drones have opened up all sorts of possibilities in a range of industries and surveying is no exception.
We also use the most sophisticated data management processes. Because we can streamline the data collection process, it will reduce the time required for data input and processing. All of this will help speed up the process and improve levels of accuracy.
Our experts work in a team to speed up the process of a land survey. If needed, we can also prioritise particular areas which require the most accuracy.
MIC Surveys follow the health and safety protocols to ensure a project is completed successfully.
Our range of services include:
- Setting out engineering. This enables your crew to start carrying out the work needed so that the structural features below and above ground are safe.
- Topographical surveys. We use the latest technology to gather data about the man-made and natural features of the terrain you’re planning to build on.
- Measured building surveys. Our team can inspect and record the structural features and architectural elements of your building. We can also provide the survey in your desired output, whether it’s floor plans, elevations or building cross sections.
- Drone surveys for accurate material calculations.
If you need a fast and accurate land survey, don’t hesitate to contact our team for more information.