Construction surveying: capabilities

The 3D Imaging Services team is experienced in surveying for the construction industry. Our ability to interpret construction plans, fabrication drawings and BIM models ensures that in the field, projects are built according to plan. Our personnel provide timely and quality surveying services to owners, engineers and contractors for projects ranging from mid-sized commercial construction to large, industrial applications.

Multi-trade construction surveying with electrical (green), mechanical (blue) and HVAC (pink).

Multi-trade construction surveying with electrical (green), mechanical (blue) and HVAC (pink).


  • Floor Leveling Survey/Analysis

  • Structural Verification/As-Built

  • Control Surveys

  • Topographic

  • Construction Staking

  • BIM/Fabrication Layout

  • Monitoring

  • Volume and Quantity

  • Analysis

  • Remediation Surveys

  • 3D Laser Scan Surveys

  • Sub Station and

  • Transmission Line Surveys

  • Distortion Studies ( Tank Farms)

Areas of Focus

  • Owners, Architects and Engineers

  • Construction Managers

  • General Contractors

  • Mechanical, Electrical and

  • Plumbing Contractors

  • Steel, Concrete & Precast Contractors

  • More

Construction Surveying

Our Equipment

We use Leica ScanStation P40 scanners and Leica MS60 Multistation surveying equipment. These tools offer the industry’s best combination of accurate measurements, longest ranges and fastest speeds. We can maintain +/-1.2 mm accuracy at an 800-foot range. Our equipment is also rugged. We can scan in dirty, dusty or humid conditions, such as grain elevators or machinery rooms. Our scanners operate in temperatures ranging from -4°F to 125°F, so rooms with hot equipment can be scanned while in operation, saving time and money.

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