Produced as part of a measured building design, section drawings can provide additional detail to your project, showing a ‘live’ view throughout the building.
Sections can be delivered in 2D format for all types of buildings, from steel framed structures to historic buildings.
Compiled from building data collected from laser scanners, total stations or drones, cross-sections provide additional visual information along with heights and floor plans, showing the thickness of gaps between the ceiling in the floor above and the position of structural walls throughout the building.
This data is used by architects, structural engineers and developers to support any changes to the building structure.
Sections can be included as part of a complete, integrated building survey when combined with height, floor and roof plans.
Sections can be used to outline soil profiles (and structures) taken from topographic surveys. They can also help produce profiles of open watercourses to help assess flood risk.