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Top 10 items to take on a site survey!

5 March 2010

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A site survey is usually a one-off visit! If done correctly that is! It is very important to record as much information as you possibly can without the need to re-visit. A re-visit can be costly if you do not have it covered in your fees, so to limit the requirement to return to finish […]

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Measured Site Surveys, how do they benefit the Client?

21 February 2010

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A new Client with a great new project! Whilst meeting with your prospective new Client, who is eager to press on with a new redevelopment project, they show you some badly photocopied plans and explain a few ideas; they are keen to get you onboard straight away and you rush back to the office and […]

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Let’s begin with a Measured Site Survey

9 February 2010

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Who performs Measured Site Surveys? What are they? Why do we need them? Where and when are they needed? And, how are they done? Having received some interesting comments to a recent twitter tweet on taking site photo’s I began thinking that maybe there’s a blog to be had on this subject somewhere. To be […]

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