Land, Engineering and Aerial Surveying Solutions

Our Surveying Solutions for Architects

Did You Know?

We have used 3D laser scanning surveys for:

  • Hospitals,
  • Shopping centres,
  • Hotels,
  • Schools and universities,
  • Heritage sites such as building facades and bridges,
  • Aged care facilities
  • Industrial sites such as processing plants.

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What We Offer

Architects need to know the locations and levels of all existing features on a site such as buildings, trees, retaining walls, footpaths, roads, services, contours and neighbouring site information. At Landair Surveys we assist architects by providing accurate and complete existing conditions surveys enabling their teams to plan and design with confidence.

For more complicated sites, a laser scanning survey may be more appropriate where a complete millimetre accurate 3D point cloud can be used to ensure nothing on site is missed that may impact design or construction. The laser scanning survey may include internal areas, external areas, rooftops and facades.

When an architect needs to design new structures on or near the land title boundary, a title survey should be undertaken. This type of survey may only be performed by a Registered or Licensed Surveyor. It is important to note that a fence is not necessarily the land boundary.

For larger sites a manned aircraft aerial survey or Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (drone) survey may be more appropriate.

When new development is planned underground it is important that locations of underground services be determined.


The Services We Offer for Architects

3D Laser Scanning

Get up-to-date as-built conditions fast with high degree of accuracy.

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Drone (UAV) Surveys

We use our thirty-plus years of aerial mapping experience to maintain the quality of our UAV imagery and take the necessary steps to achieve the high levels of mapping accuracy required by our clients.

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Existing Conditions Surveys

Used in the planning and design process for new construction and developments. Sometimes these surveys are also called Feature Surveys, Topographic Surveys, Ground Surveys or Detail Surveys.

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Spatial Data Management

Consolidate all your spatial data into an easily accessible reference file. All data is aligned to a single coordinate system and assigned to various CAD layers for ease of viewing and interrogation.

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Title Surveys

Title surveys may also be called cadastral surveys, re-establishment surveys, check surveys, property surveys, idents or identification surveys.

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Underground Service Locating

Prior to designing new structures or developments, it is essential to identify the location of any utilities, services and cables to minimise your risk and design with confidence.

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