Pre-Construction and Post-Construction Surveys
Pre–construction surveys are generally required for documenting the existing condition of properties located in the close vicinity to a construction site, before the construction project begins.
Post–construction survey is a supplementary service, which is done after a construction project ends.
The main purpose of a pre–construction survey is to develop a ‘rough layout’ of the site. This should include: Location of the proposed structure and adjacent structures. Location and condition of any existing structures or monuments, existing roads and parking lots to be retained
The length of the pre construction process will depend on the scope of the project. This phase can take anywhere from two to 12 weeks. While 12 weeks may seem like a long time, it really isn’t when you consider the amount of value the pre construction phase adds to the project.