With our skills and knowledge in Architectural Conservation we are able to survey, record and independantly advise on historic fabric, building maintenance, preservation and retrofit to improve sustainability and energy performance.
High level surveys require the precision of laser scanning while less demanding applications can take advantage of digital photogrammetry.
We employ this technique to enable the quick production of accurate elevations of buildings and models of landform and architectural details. It speeds up the surveying process and assists in the acurate representation of surfaces that would be normally hard to reach or record.
Digital photogrammetry is used in the mining and quarrying industry with the deployment of drones to cover large areas of land and rock faces. It’s also used in archaeology, conservation and heritage for recording models as a precursor to laser scanning or where laser scanning is not required.
We use thermal imaging to assist in the analysis of building fabric and services. This highlights where further investigation may be required by a specialist or with more sensitive or higher resolution equipment.