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What Is a Site Survey, and Why Is It Important?

Site Survey "is a broad term used to describe the planning phase of a project. Think of it as a "fact-finding mission", where a professional meticulously analyzes a location for potential conflicts.

Why is performing site survey be important
Performing a site survey can help an organization save valuable time, money and resources. As a result of the intelligence gathered through a site survey, project managers can make better informed decisions; reducing the likelihood that costly errors are made in the execution phase of your project.


When should a site survey be performed?
New Construction or Upgrades to Physical Structures
Before blueprints are finalized for a structure, engineers need to know that the location is suitable for building. An engineer performing a site survey would seek to answer questions like: