WHAT IS A MONITORING SURVEY?
A Monitoring survey is a type of survey that identifies movement or deformation in a structure or building. These surveys are typically instructed when the project team notices defects, or suspects movement is happening due to adjacent ground works, pilling or drilling for example.
Monitoring surveys provide vital information to engineers, consultants, architects, and contractors and help them establish if remedial action is needed or to inform the next stage in the project.
The monitoring survey results are recorded in a detailed survey report containing CAD drawings, heatmaps, graphs, charts and photographs.
There are a wide variety of techniques and equipment available to surveyors and the use of these will depend on the project requirements.
Taking advantage of the latest technology, Spatial Dimensions can quantify track and map any movement and give you the ability to take immediate corrective actions
Our specialist geomatic surveyors will design, install and conduct monitoring surveys on all types of buildings and structures on all type of buildings and structures, anywhere in the UK.