100 Temple Street, Bristol15.03.2019
100 Temple Street, just a stone’s throw away from Bristol’s historic Temple Meads railway station, was constructed in 1982 to support an increasing office-based workforce. The building itself is a late example of brutalist architecture.
Design Base were appointed to provide a Topographical Survey with 3D points and detailed elevations. The survey was undertaken using a Trimble Total Station, GPS and Faro Laser Scanner. The data was processed in AutoCAD and delivered as 2D plans and PDF print.
We offer our gratitude to Bristol City Council for the opportunity and we look forward to seeing the scheme develop soon.
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