Experts in Measured Building Surveys (MBS)
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enables our building surveyors to deliver fast, accurate and affordable turnaround times for your projects.
Our services are offered in standard specifications or we can customise them to suit your specific needs.
Our Recent Projects
Our measured surveys differ hugely as does our clients and here is some of our projects for you to see.
One of the top learning centers in the country, the Old College was once the central location for the Aberystwyth University Campus. After moving up the hill, the Old College, whilst still the symbol of the university, required a repurposing and upgrade. The Old College, an amalgamation of four vastly architecturally different buildings, …Read More
Set in the rural Wiltshire countryside on the Longleat Estate, Blackdog Cottage was in need of some refurbishment. The owners approached us for a survey as a basis to create 2D Drawings for Council building regulations submission. As a historic 14th Century Woodman’s Cottage, the traditional architecture and craftsmanship was evident with large hand-carved beams …Read More
Knowle Farm required a laserscan to MBS survey for the amalgamation of the outbuildings through a glass link to give the property a modern edge. To get the ground levels necessary, the clients needed a topographical survey with precise levels and building outlines to inform the complicated glazing geometry. Several Cotswold stone outbuildings to the …Read More
In association with the University of Bath and the Holburne Museum, Sova undertook the laser scanning and Measured Building Survey of this Listed beauty to showcase the advances of Surveying through use of modern methods. The museum was scanned in colour and medium resolution, during opening hours, with no disruption to gallery function.This demonstrates the …Read More
A matrix of old warehouse spaces with a cobbled front courtyard and riverside area that has multiple uses. Its famed and foremost use is that of a multi-faceted night club. We created a BIM model exhibiting the structural layout on the building, as well as providing a visual reference for layout.Read More
Once a county asylum that was first opened in 1848, it was replaced by Tone Vale Hospital in 1897. Mentally infirm patients and long-stay elderly were housed until here until it finally closed in 1991, when the buildings were converted into houses and apartments. Renowned architect Sir George Gilbert Scott, known for many outstanding designs …Read More
This lovely local Bungalow situated just outside of Bath came to us directly through the owners after some much appreciated word of mouth. A full survey of the property required all elevations, garage and topographical elements were easily integrated into one comprehensive set of drawings.Read More
The Toll House was built in 1908 to collect tolls (at one penny for each person walking, riding on horseback, bicycle, carriage or motorcar) for the marine drive toll road.The tolls were suspended during the Second World War, and the pedestrian toll was never resumed thereafter. Vehicle tolls were abolished in December 1950 and the …Read More
Originally a watchtower which stood from the 17th century, this clock tower was built in 1847 to replace it. It was built of red and Suffolk brick to an impressive 21.33 meters (70 feet), with a heraldic Caen Stone Lion at each corner of the base. In 1867 a bell was added to the tower, …Read More
Our Core Values
We understand that your project is important to you, which is why we put all our attention and focus on it from start to finish.
Sova Surveys offer a range of surveys services, each with their own unique use and workflow approach.
We keep up with the latest advances in survey technology so that your products are produced to the highest standards.
Our team of technicians have been specifically trained and kept up to date with the advances in technology.
Sova Surveys have established a good local reputation ensuring that our projects are delivered efficiently, on time and on budget.