At Midland Survey we offer a wide range of topographical surveying services and solutions to meet our clients' needs. Using a combination of the latest up-to-date equipment and traditional surveying methods we are able to provide topographical maps that are cost effective, accurate and with a high level of detail.
For nearly 30 years, Midland Survey have been delivering land surveys throughout the UK for a wide variety of architects, developers, contractors and engineers. Our portfolio includes private gardens, terrain surveys, country estates, industrial sites, city centre developments, schools, hospitals, highways, canals and rivers, university campuses, retail parks and airports. The variety of work that we undertake continues to broaden every year.
All of our drawings are produced to an exceptional standard and it is no different with our topographical surveys; we work with our clients to make sure the end result is as usable to them as possible. We often work from supplied templates and we will always adapt to suit the client.
Using dedicated terrain mapping software combined with AutoCad, BricsCad and others, we are able to provide information in a variety of formats. These include DWG, DXF, XYZ, etc. Drawings can also incorporate Ordnance digital data which we can source. We are also able to provide paper copies and negatives should the need arise.
We can provide topographical surveys throughout the whole of the United Kingdom as we have offices based in Warwickshire (Southam), Gloucestershire (Stroud), Yorkshire (Leeds), Milton Keynes and West Sussex (Horsham).
A Topographical Survey is implemented to produce a detailed, accurate plan of a specific site or area of land. It will identify features such as; buildings, site boundaries, trees, utilities covers, site levels and many other attributes. The gathered data is usually presented on a CAD drawing.
The cost of a topographical land survey is generally worked out from the length of time spent on site, this can vary from around £400 to £1000 a day depending on the detail required.
Other factors that can affect this are the complexity of the site, the experience of the Surveyor required and the addition of specialist equipment. A deep river survey would be a good example of this. Distance required to travel to site is not necessarily important as we have regional offices distributed across the country.
A land surveyor gathers spatial and geospatial data from a predefined area, normally to produce a topographical map but may present the information in a variety of formats. They will use a variety of specialist equipment for the survey including total stations, GPS equipment, levels and a good old tape measure.
We cover the whole of the United Kingdom and we have been known to work as far away as the Caribbean! Our head office is in Warwickshire, but we also have an office near London in Horsham allowing us to cover the whole south east including Kent with ease, a Northern office based in Leeds allowing us to cover Manchester, Glasgow, and Scotland, an office in Milton Keynes and our final office is based in Gloucestershire and allows us to cover The Cotswolds, Wales and the South-west with ease.For more information about our company and offices please visit the contact page or alternatively feel free to use the contact forms for any questions we may be able to help you with.
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