Architects, engineers, and construction professionals use the topographical survey (sometimes referred to as topo surveys) to inform planning applications and project designs. These detailed land surveys prove indispensable to the success of various projects.
Topographic surveys accurately collect and present relevant data regarding the surface-level contours and characteristics of a piece of land. This includes features such as trees, buildings, roads and paths, utility poles, manholes, and retaining walls.
Topographic Surveying Services
Cloud-Conversion captures topographical survey data from Total Station, GPS, and the latest laser scanners. We then produce the 2D and 3D topographic maps and models you require. This can include contour maps and isopachites, digital terrain maps (DTMs), and cut & fill calculations. As experts in measured building surveys as well as land surveys, we can also produce BIM models for your plans.
We record and model topographical surveys using the latest equipment and software, ensuring highly accurate results.
Types of Topographic Survey
Cloud-Conversion provides terrestrial, aerial, and mobile topo survey mapping to a number of industries. This most commonly includes the construction, architectural, heritage, and engineering sectors. Our land surveyor team are able to cover large and small areas alike. In regard to aerial topographic surveys, we use RTK and survey coordinated drones to access remote areas. Drones reduce risk and provide as little disruption as possible to busy areas. Furthermore, they can provide up to 6mm per pixel accuracy.
In consultation with our client, we ensure the topographical technology, controls, and techniques we use are tailored to suit the requirements of the project. Your proposal will be fully informed by highly accurate data because we can provide you with all the relevant information you need.
Our team of measured building and land surveyors can also undertake topographical surveying in combination with utility mapping to detect underground services and features, such as cables, drainage facilities, and pipes.
If you require more information about our topographical surveys or would like to organise a consultation, you can get in touch with us via email or phone.