Utility Search Report with FastView option. Quickly and intelligently identify potential utilities on site with the all in one layered PDF or CAD file.
Enhancing PAS128 D utility responses with a single, clear view of all found services.
Layers can be independantly turned on/off to inspect specific utilities all within the PDF.
Overlaid on the latest OS Mastermap with OS Zoomstack to provide an up to date base map for context.
Please note - FastView should be used in conjunction with your full PAS128 Level D Report and further investigations should be taken before any construction or final design takes place. Reports should be renewed after 3 months.
- Working on site?
- Need to view utility records without the hassle of paper?
- The all in one FastView will show all found services in one PDF/CAD plan.
- Provided as PDF and/or DWG file.
Geo-referenced versions of the mapping make it easier to understand the information as:
Already aligned to current detailed OS mapping.
Overcomes some of the challenges in comparing different mapping types and ages.
Mapping across multiple pages is stitched together for a seamless view.
Retains all the annotation and original notes visible in the mapping (but not separate sections and schematics).
Digitised line work further helps as:
Multiple sources can be visible at once with the combined view.
It can be simpler to compare with planned designs etc in CAD / GIS.
Identifying some older utilities from plans can be challenging to read - We've done the hard work for you!
Ordnance Survey MasterMap
The most detailed, current and comprehensive map dataset of Great Britain
Utility Search Reports
A collation and outline of features below the surface, such as gas and oil pipelines, electricity cables and telecommunication wires. Available as a single interactive PDF or DWG with the new FastView option.
CAD & GIS Consultancy
CentremapsLive is much more than a mapping & data portal. GIS & CAD consultancy is where we excel. Consider us your very own GI team. (N.B. GI means Geographic Information... we hate acronyms as much as you!).