Existing Condition Surveys
For more than 30 years, The McKinney Partnership has undertaken Existing Conditions Surveys on behalf of leading national and global clients. Our proven experience and specialized skills have afforded us an in-depth that has allowed for the formation of a process that few firms can match.
Our survey services can be tailored to meet a client’s specific needs and produce final plans in 2-D AutoCAD or modelled in 3-D Revit. Comprehensive pre-survey coordination is undertaken with each project, to ensure site accessibility and accuracy. Field verification is done by a highly skilled team of surveyors each with over 10 years and hundreds of project experience.
State-of-the-art equipment and processes are utilized including:
- Laser measuring devices
- 3-D multi-point scanning
- The latest computer-aided design software
- 360° interactive photography
In our approach, several aspects of the survey are undertaken on site. Often drawings, photos, and survey form information are processed together in real-time. This results in some aspects of the survey being completed while our surveyors are still on site. This enable us to minimize the time required to finalize the projects while safeguarding accuracy, yielding cost-effective quality work aimed at fully addressing your needs.
Every survey project receives a quality control review by a senior member of the team. The finalized survey package contains a narrative report, survey drawings, and and a referenced photo set. All projects are posted to our secure file server for ease of access.
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Verified floor plan(s)
Interior and Exterior elevation(s)
Site location graphics
Detailed Photographic documentation
Comprehensive survey form
Reflected ceiling plans
Longitudinal and transverse building sections
BOMA lease area calculations
IFMA lease area calculations
Coordination of supplemental asbestos, code, MEP, roof and structural surveys
Emergency evacuation plans
Web based project collaboration