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Brunel Surveys Ltd

Land and Measured Building Surveys, 3D Scanning and 3D Visualisation

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SERVICES

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Producing high-quality topographic and measured building surveys since the company was founded in 1985.

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Topographic Surveys
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CCTV Drainage surveys
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Measured Building Surveys
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Highways Surveys
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Underground Utility Scanning
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Visualisation
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BIM
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Drone Surveys
PROJECTS

Our Projects

View just a few of the project we have had the pleasure of working on.

Queen Street
Oxford

Queen Street is in the centre of Oxford and is a busy junction that forms part of the A420 main thoroughfare . . .

Westmill Burial Ground
Swindon

Westmill Burial Ground is a natural burial site near Swindon. Set up on the downland north of the . . .

Woking Leisure Centre
Woking

Initially a similar brief to surveying Windsor Leisure Centre, we were asked to produce a set of drawings . . .

Artist's Impressions
Network Rail

The visuals we are most often asked to produce are Verified Views for planning applications. These are done . . .

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Initially a similar brief to surveying Windsor Leisure Centre, we were asked to produce a set of drawings to enable Hippo Leisure to re-design the slide flumes. However, in this instance the steelwork was so complex that attempting to show everything on 2D drawings would result in drawings too detailed to actually be of use.

The answer was to produce a 3D model of the steelwork based on the scans, something that the client could manipulate and view easily. The scans were imported to Autodesk 3Ds Max and the steel built by snapping vertices onto the point cloud.

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