Floor Flatness Surveys
When it has to be flat
With more than 50 years’ survey experience, Plowman Craven has successfully laser-scanned and mapped a variety of distribution centres in both the UK and Europe, helping clients to ensure their building floors meet flatness and surface regularity specifications.
Our surveying methods are compliant with all required international standards, including:
- Concrete Society Technical Report 34 (4th Edition)
- European EN 15620
- German DIN 18202
- American ASTM 1155
- ATTMA Technical Standard
Applying Survey Expertise
Our teams of expert surveyors use industrial-grade terrestrial laser scanners to precisely control, 3D laser scan and accurately map the floor, ensuring absolute accuracy of data.
This is supplemented by robust workflows developed specifically for measuring industrial warehouses, with all data independently checked against on-site readings from high-precision total stations and levelling equipment.
We can operate on a 'pour-by-pour' basis or as each floor is finished. The entire floor is laser scanned rather than the standard practice of testing only a sample area, so our reports provide complete, wall-to-wall coverage, which makes it easier for the layout or usage of an existing building to be changed.
Our 'Bonneville' data analytics software allows for a bespoke library of reporting from error plans, elevation/contour maps, grinding reports and property analysis.
The technology used and data collected also supports a number of added value services, including:
- As-Built BIM Models - created from scans of the whole building
- Construction Verification - does the as-built fit the design?
- Set Out Grid - ensuring set out is according to the design
- Wet Pour Scanning
- Beam Deflection Analysis
How Can We Help?
Let’s discuss your requirements and see how our expertise in Floor Flatness Surveys can help on your next project.
Plowman Craven has more than 50 years’ experience providing integrated measurement and consultancy services to the property and infrastructure markets.