L.L.C. is a building survey services and
systems firm with locations in Tampa, Florida and Wethersfield, Connecticut.
specializes in the creation of "as-is" (as opposed to "as-built") floor
plan and BIM model documentation. This differs from an architect's floor
plan/model, which is typically a "design document", representing
what was supposed to be built as designed by the architect. An
document is a plan or model which depicts what is existing at the moment of
survey. Therefore, the only way to produce an "as-is" floor plan or model
is by doing a detailed and exhaustive survey and measurement of the
existing building conditions, and carefully documenting the layout and
configuration of all walls, doors, windows, stairwells, elevator
shafts, plumbing fixtures, structural columns, and any other pertinent
features required for documentation. While specializing in the
creation of "as-is" floor plan and model documentation,
become a recognized world-leader by automating this process using our
flagship product PLANSurveyorTM.
ultimate building survey solution developed by
software designed to allow a surveyor to methodically and
systematically traverse rooms within a building, precisely capturing
all unique building elements in the process. This rigorous,
self-checking surveying methodology assists surveyors in producing
graphical field data that is accurate, consistent, and thorough.
For over twenty
years, we have made it our mission to engineer the survey process and
methodology in an effort to maximize efficiency, increase
accuracy, and minimize costs. Using state-of-the-art laser
distance meters, tablet computers, and PLANSurveyor, coupled with our time-tested methodologies, we have
increased the speed ten times (when compared with conventional
methodologies and traditional approaches1)
to survey and create "as-is" floor plan drawings and models. Let us show you
So Fast?". This unique and innovative package, consisting of
hardware, software, education, and support is what we refer to as the
"IQT Survey System"TM.
If you are serious
about quality and accurate floor plan documentation, then contact
1Conventional methodologies and traditional approaches are
defined as: two (knowledgeable) people, a tape measure, a clip board, a
piece of graph paper, and a lead pencil with a BIG eraser.