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Experts in 3D Surveying

Sydney Surveying & 3D Laser Scanning

Surv3D is committed to moving Sydney forward with the best surveying and 3D laser scanning solutions for our future.

Surv3D are industry leaders in surveying and 3D scanning services across all complex and inaccessible environments.

Construction set out - WAE & as-builts - property identification - cadastral survey - engineering survey - hydrographic survey - topographic survey

Innovative laser scanning, also known as high-definition surveys, capturing three-dimensional information that reflects from a surface or object.

We're Serious About Surveying

Surv3D, based in Sydney, offers bespoke surveying services, 3D laser scanning and 3D BIM Modelling in Sydney and surrounding areas. 

We have extensive experience in all aspects of land and building development from concept to completion. Our team specialise in modern survey methods combined with the latest 3D state-of-the-art solutions to produce highly accurate reports with very fast turnaround times as a primary objective.

Our recognised achievements are a credit to our highly trained staff combined with the latest equipment, software, and techniques. Surv3D is a trusted name in Sydney surveying.

Your Surveying Experts. Concept to Completion.

Innovative Solutions For Construction

Surv3D is operated by a team of engineering and cadastral surveyors with over 25 years of experience and a true passion for the Surveying Industry as well as 10 years of experience in 3D laser scanning.

As an architect, engineer, or contractor, Surv3D simplifies your life by providing better-coordinated as-builts through the use of the latest reality capturing technology. Our team of experts captures your existing spaces and creates 3D BIM Models with a quick turnaround time. 

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Sydney Surveyor FAQs

A contour survey represents in its most basic form the differences in elevations across your land, at regular intervals, from the lowest point to the highest. Contour lines connect points located at similar elevations. When contour lines are closely spaced, the slope of the section is steeper.
 
Conducted contour surveys serve the purpose of identifying any noticeable differences in the elevation of the existing land. Contour maps in land surveying are maps that are characterized by contour lines, for example, a topographic map, which indicates valleys and hills, as well as steepness and sloping terrain.
 
The contour lines are widely spaced, suggesting a gentle slope. The contour lines are evenly spaced, suggesting a uniform slope. Curves that are closed at their centre indicate hills. Streams, ponds, or other depressions are indicated by contours with closed curves and descending levels toward the centre.
3D Laser Scanning is a non-destructive service that digitally captures a 3D model of an object or building using a line of laser. . 3D laser scanning is used to capture physical object’s at the exact size and shape and bring them into the computer world as a digital 3-dimensional representation.
 
An individual scan may not produce a complete model of the subject in some cases. Often, it is helpful to scan multiple directions in order to gain a full understanding of a subject. In order to create a complete 3D model, these scans need to be aligned and registered into a common reference system. The whole process, from a single range map to a 3D model, is commonly called 3D scanning.

BIM stands for ‘Building information modeling’ and is a process of generating and managing digital representations of the physical and functional characteristics of places and objects.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a process that uses technology to create a digital version of a building. The facility can be designed, constructed, and operated using this model, known as a building information model.

Cadastral surveying is the discipline of land surveying that relates to the establishment or re-establishment of boundary lines between parcels of land. As part of Cadastral surveying, Cadastrists interpret and advise on the location of boundaries, land status, rights, restrictions, and interests in property.

Feature contour surveys are sometimes referred to as topographical surveys. The results of this type of survey can be very valuable in determining the features within the boundaries of a property and certain types of street furniture. In this document, all land features are described based on their height, depth, size, and location.

In most cases, councils require a Work As Executed Survey (WAE) or As Built Survey to be performed and signed by a Registered Surveyor following the completion of construction. Surveys are used to ensure that the work conforms to the approved design plans.

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