Surveys of Building 270 Cambridge Science Park Cambridge Science Park
A group of project managers looking at a plan
Client
South Cambridgeshire District Council
Sector
Architecture & Building Consultancy
Location
Cambridge Science Park
How we helped
Infrastructure
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Geoff is a Partner based in our Birmingham office and manages the measured survey capability across the UK. Geoff has almost 20 years of experience delivering measured survey projects in the property and infrastructure sectors. Geoff can advise on all aspects of measured survey including topographical surveys, boundary determination, structural monitoring and utility mapping.

Cambridge Science Park was established almost 50 years ago by Trinity College Cambridge. Today it covers an area of 150 acres including 1.7 million sq ft of high technology and laboratory buildings.

South Cambridgeshire District Council acquired Building 270 in early 2020 and Carter Jonas was commissioned to carry out redesign of the building.

The Measured Survey team produced topographical surveys of the area surrounding Building 270 and undertook laser scanning of the interior and exterior of the building to produce floor plans and elevation drawings.

A UAV survey was carried out to capture inaccessible detail on the roof of the building. This data was used to produce a roof inspection report and to generate a detailed model of the roof structure.

The pointcloud data was converted into a 3D model using Autodesk Revit software with the final survey deliverables used to enable conceptual modelling for presentation to the client.