A site survey is a broad term used to describe the planning phase of a project. It is known as a “fact-finding mission” where a professional analyses a location for potential conflicts.
Performing a site survey can help an organisation save valuable time, money and resources. Project managers can make a better-informed decision; reducing the likelihood that costly errors are made in the execution phase of a project. To hear more information about a site survey please contact Ashleigh Clarke Architects who will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have.