Measured Survey Previous Project: Burdon Lane, Sutton, London

Read about our measured survey project undertaken in Sutton, London.

Article By: Tom Ayre | Last Update: November 2020


Conrad Koslowsky Architects


Survey – 1 Week
Draughting – 1 Week


Sutton, London, United Kingdom


Jack Bidston / Scott Watts

THS Concepts were commissioned by Conrad Koslowsky Architects, a highly regarded Architectural practise based in London.

The measured survey was undertaken on a corner plot in Burdon Lane, Sutton, London. In its former days the property was a care home that was later converted into an 18 bedroom home of multiple occupancy.

THS Concepts were asked to survey and produce a range of drawings. These included, floor plans, elevations, sections and a roof plan. The measured survey will be used as a basis to produce the proposed construction and planning application drawings.

Project Photographs

Currently the project is being designed by Conrad Koslowsky Architects. We are excited to see the proposed designs for the building.

To accurately survey the building and the surrounding land we used a robotic Leica TS15 total station. Internally we used a mixture of Leica handheld lasers, the Leica total station and surveying tape measures.

Overall the measured survey process went well. The only slight issue was the lack of power which meant there were dark areas of the property. We had to illuminate areas with battery powered flood lights. Some of the floors were a bit water damaged which meant in some rooms it was tricky to set up our tripod mounted total station.

The drawings were presented in AutoCAD DWG & PDF format.

Project Drawings