Topographical surveys are created when details and features of the environment, both natural and built, are represented on a plan drawing that is drawn true to scale. These plans and maps can include roads, buildings, even land boundaries.
At Ryder Geospatial, we are able to add contours to your drawing which represent the topography of the area. We are able to deliver topographic surveys to our clients in either 2D or 3D AutoCAD formats.
Topographical surveys are handled by our dedicated and very experienced team of land surveyors. We use a variety of equipment to ensure that we obtain precise and accurate information for your survey. We are able to measure any feature of the natural or built environment to the highest standard.
The Topographical Survey Process
Gathering information from our client about the geographical area to be surveyed
Planning a time to carry out the survey as well as pricing the project
Gathering survey data on the site
Processing the data gathered and preparing the final survey output
Delivery of the final output to the client
Here at Ryder Geospatial, all of our surveys go through quality assurance by having a second set of eyes read over it and ensure all surveys are up to our high standards.
How long does the survey process take?
The time it takes to complete a topographical survey is dependent on the size of the area in which we are covering and the complexity of the terrain we are surveying. Once our team has calculated how long the survey could take, Ryder Geospatial works with each client to create a programme timeline. Please contact us to learn more.
How much does a topographical survey cost?
The cost of a topographical survey depends on multiple factors such as the amount of area we are covering, the materials we will be using, and the time it will take us. If you would like a quote, please get in touch with us today.