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Brunel Surveys Ltd

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

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Our Services

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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Drone Surveys

Our Projects

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

Queen Street

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

Westmill Burial Ground

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

Woking Leisure Centre

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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For any enquiries, questions or recommendations, please call: 01793 784700, email or fill in our contact form . . .

01793 784700
Mon - Fri / 9AM - 5PM

Underground Utility Tracing

Working closely with the Topographic department, our Underground Utility Tracing department uses CAT and GENNY and Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to trace underground utilities.

Drainage surveys are included within this department, as are desktop studies, where we will compile a pack of statutory undertakers records.

A lot of underground utilities and drainage networks are underneath busy footpaths and roads. Working in highways is therefore necessary. We can provide our own traffic management including liaison with the local Streetworks supervisor.

Our staff are Confined Spaces trained so that they are able to safely enter manholes and culverts.

Once the data has been collected it can be drawn up onto the topographic survey or presented in 3D as part of a BIM project.

Post-Processed GPR

The recent addition of a Stream C GPR has significantly enhanced our ability to trace underground utilities and structures. Its huge antenna array enables us to position cables and ducts in 3D in real time and also to integrate the data directly into Civil 3D drawings.

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