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What Is a Site Survey, and Why Is It Important?

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What Is a Site Survey, and Why Is It Important?
13 mei 2019 12:27

Performing a site survey can help an organization save valuable time, money and resources. As a result of the intelligence gathered through a site survey, project managers can make better informed decisions; reducing the likelihood that costly errors are made in the execution phase of your project.


When should a site survey be performed?

New Construction or Upgrades to Physical Structures

Before blueprints are finalized for a structure, engineers need to know that the location is suitable for building. An engineer performing a site survey would seek to answer questions like:



  • What is the slope of the terrain?

  • Is there road access?

  • What is underneath the area where the foundation will be laid? Can it support the planned foundation?

  • Are there trees or other landscaping objects that need to be removed or accounted for prior to construction?

  • Are there any aerial obstructions? (i.e. Power Lines, Branches, Neighboring Structures)

 
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