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Welcome to Plowman Craven

Plowman Craven is a leading Chartered Surveying company offering a broad range of professional measurement services. We have built our reputation through reliable performance and continued investment in both people and technology to become the trusted name in measurement.

We specialise in providing 3D laser scanning and measurement data services to both public and private sectors and, as the largest geomatics company in the UK, our access to skilled and specialist resource allows us to respond effectively, no matter the size of the project or how challenging.

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View our interactive corporate brochure to see why Plowman Craven is one of the world's leading and most innovative measurement survey companies.

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The London TowerAthlon

The London TowerAthlon

As a highly innovative company, Plowman Craven likes to do things that are a little different so, when details of the London TowerAthlon landed, we were quick to deploy the right team for the job. We are raising funds for LandAid and the Worshipful Company of Chartered Surveyors …

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Plowman Craven is a founding member of BIMnet, a Building Information Modelling networking group aimed at bringing together key players in the industry in an informal environment. Events are free to attend and aimed at anyone interested in BIM and its issues in the building arena.

The date of the next event is to be confirmed



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Plowman Craven’s Director, Peter Folwell, and our Head of Area Referencing, Tom Pugh, are registered delegates at MIPIM UK. If you would like to arrange an appointment to meet with either contacts during the event, please get in touch.



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Our highly-skilled and experienced teams expertly deliver a broad range of measurement services to an extensive range of markets, including:

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