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Last edited 08 Feb 2023
In the construction industry, the word ‘survey’ generally refers to a process of examining and recording information about a particular aspect or feature of an area or built asset. There are a wide range of different survey techniques that can be used depending on the feature that is being surveyed and the information that is required.
Types of survey include:
- 3d laser survey / Point cloud survey.
- Asbestos survey.
- Building survey / Condition survey.
- Cover-meter survey.
- Refurbishment and demolition survey.
- Ecological survey.
- Geophysical survey.
- Habitat survey.
- Hyperspectral survey.
- Land survey.
- Lidar survey.
- Measured survey.
- River corridor survey.
- River habitat survey.
- Site survey.
- Soil survey.
- SuDS survey.
- Thermographic survey.
- Tree hazard survey.
- Walk over survey.
- Vendor survey.
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