We were recently commissioned to complete a measured building survey and topographical survey at the famous RHS home and gardens in Wisley, Surrey. Built in 1914 the building still serves it original purpose as a base for the RHS scientists and advice team, who answer over 90,000 enquires a year.

Every detail was required of this magificant building, down to individual light switches, then to be shown on internal elevations, all to be completed whilst keeping any disruption to a minimum.

Our surveyors used high definition 3D laser scanners to create a point cloud and digital model of the building from which we then extracted the CAD drawings the client needed.

The survey team involved said it was one of the most beautiful places they had ever worked.


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