To examine the area where work is
proposed, to gather information for a
design or an estimate to complete the
initial tasks required for an outdoor
activity. It can determine a precise
location, access, best orientation for
the site and the location of obstacles.
The type of site survey and the best
practices required depend on the
nature of the project.
What it includes?
Legal & Administrative problems
Preparation of relevant maps
It means you are not going to
thoroughly research the topics, just find
3 or more sources each that are
somewhat major, maybe reviews of the
areas that summarize the topic. We can
get an idea of what the research
problem is, what are the factors
affecting the problem. Be able to know
at a very high level what things are
involved in the issue.
Examples of projects
requiring a preliminary
site survey include
urban construction or
any vital project with
handsome budget and
To have a closer and detailed
knowledge about the site. So that the
Planner may plan the town properly
to attract the inhabitants.
To know the pros and cons of that
place, the sources of basic
prerequisites of that area.
• We can easily
tackle over the
• May save time,
money and labor
• Would give a easy
approach to the
forth coming work.
• It takes times.
• Takes too much
effort for significant
• Difficult work field.
• Uneasy conditions.
• Overall it’s a good
sign to examine our
work for immensely
• It do take little
efforts but results
the controlled and