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4 Ways 3D Laser Scanning Is Changing Your As-Built Customer Experience

3D Laser As-Built Surveying in the Information Age

At Precision Property Measurements, we get it. You’re busy, you’re under a deadline, you need the most accurate As-Built survey possible, and you want it to be completely Worry Free. Believe us. We’ve been in the business for over 16 years now and we understand what you need from us, whether you’re starting a home remodel, moving your business to a new location, or renovating the guest rooms at a large hotel.

It’s this understanding of our customers’ needs that has been one of the primary catalysts for the adoption of 3D laser scanning into our As-Built surveying process. As mentioned in my post last week, for the first 14 years of PPM, we did everything manually with tape measures, laser distance meters, sketching boards, and good old-fashioned problem solving. But within the last couple of years, as this technology has developed, we decided that laser scanning is the best way to enhance your As-Built surveying customer experience. In our last post, we discussed how laser scanning has changed the financials of our company, so this week we decided to discuss how these impressive little gadgets are helping us help you.

1. Do You Really Want Us in Your House All Day?

3D laser scanners have dramatically reduced the amount of time that our surveyors need at the job site to capture all the necessary As-Built information. Take the example of a typical 2,500 square foot single family home – the type of project we survey just about every day at PPM. It used to take one of our surveyors around 5-7 hours to gather all the measurements and information we needed for this type of project. That’s an entire day of us at you or your client’s place, measuring every inch of the building. If you’ve ever had workers inside your house for an entire day, you know that this can be somewhat obtrusive and often requires you to plan your entire day around the worker’s schedule.

Now, with 3D laser scanning, we’ve cut our time in the field dramatically. A project that used to take us about 7 hours in the field only a couple of years ago, today takes maybe 1 to 2 hours using a laser scanner. This means that we can get in, get what we need, and get out before you or your client even figures out what they are having for lunch. You can get on with your busy schedule, or just relax in your house without a stranger hanging out all day.

Although, I do think we make pretty decent house guests.

 

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On location with one of our 3D scanning specialists. Our laser scanners work well in both small and large spaces.

2. Millions of Data Points = We Can Accommodate Any Request

Another big advantage of using a 3D laser scanner for As-Built surveying is the amount of information that is gathered. Before laser scanners, we had to pick and choose the measurements we would take and the information we could capture based on the scope of work requested by our client. If our client wanted an As-Built floor plan and reflected ceiling plan (RCP), we would only gather enough data to complete these 2 plan types. Now with the laser scanner we can digitally capture everything visible in your house or building with incredible precision. This means we know where every wall, window, door, ceiling beam, light fixture, cabinet, and piece of furniture is located in the building.

This information gathered from your property by the 3D laser scanner contains millions of data points that we use to create your finished As-Built deliverables. The big advantage for our customers in capturing all this data is the flexibility that it provides if more information is needed. For example, what if our customer decided after the field visit that in addition to the floor plan and RCP, they need some interior elevations and a section drawing? Previously we would have had to return to the building to take additional measurements – requiring additional time to schedule a second field visit, and an additional inconvenience to the property owner. With laser scanners, we already have all of the data we need to create these additional As-Built plans, so we are able to accommodate these change order requests quickly and keep the project moving.

It’s what we do best!

 

Roof Top View By 3D Scanner

Our 3D Laser Scanning team can produce As-Built surveys of a variety of different building types.

3. Complicated Structures are Now a Breeze

It’s hard to overstate how much more precise our AutoCAD and Revit deliverables are now that we use 3D laser scanners. We have always been extremely accurate, recording individual measurements to the fraction of an inch and employing multiple redundancies and other As-Built best practices to ensure a quality product. But, to be honest with you, there’s just no equating what can be done with tape measures and simple electronic measuring tools compared to what we can do with 3D laser scanners.

No matter how many measurements we took back in the good old days, we simply couldn’t have collected as much information about your building as a laser scanner can. For a simple building with basic geometry it might not make too much of a difference. But for larger structures and more complex architecture such as curved walls, vaulted or arched ceilings, and non-standard angles, laser scanners provide a whole new level of precision and detail. This increase in total accuracy becomes even more critical when we are creating a comprehensive 3D BIM model from the data captured in the field. This benefit to our customer is yet another reason why we’ve decided to adopt this technology with so much passion.

 

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At PPM, we take great pride in making sure that our customers are comfortable and satisfied with all phases of our service. With the faster location time afforded by 3D Laser scans, our customers are even happier.

4. You Tell Us What You Want and We’ll Deliver

If I haven’t made it abundantly clear already, 3D laser scanning allows us more flexibility to tailor our deliverable to your needs. Because we have so much data gathered for your As-Built survey and because this information is accurate, complete, digital, and portable – we have a wide variety of options for our clients when it comes to the As-Built information we provide.

The 3D “point clouds” generated by a laser scanner can be worked with either in 2D or 3D. Our 2D AutoCAD drawings and 3D Revit models can be created exactly to your specifications and are always designed with your project’s best interest in mind. This means that our customer service and project management outreach is more important than ever. We have a dedicated staff whose primary purpose is to find out exactly what you require, and then create a deliverable that will make your job infinitely easier. Another new option is to deliver the raw data (the point cloud) directly. For those that know how to work with it, the point cloud is an extremely detailed “digital twin” of the building, and can be delivered as soon as the day after the field work.

 

3D Laser Scanners – Good for Us and Great for You!

So, as you can see, 3D laser scanning had really improved the As-Built customer experience in many different ways here at PPM. We are beyond excited to see how this technology will continue to revolutionize our business and provide you with the best As-Built service possible.

Now that you know how 3D laser scanning can improve your customer experience for your remodel projects, I hope you’re as excited about these new developments as we are.

Thanks for reading!

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How I Finally Learned to Drop the Tape Measure and Embrace the 3D Laser Scanner

How 3D Laser Scanning is Changing The Financials Of As-Built Surveying

For the first 14 years of Precision Property Measurements, it was just a few trusty surveyors and me waking up at 5 AM, Monday through Friday, hopping on the freeway to beat the LA morning traffic, and breaking out our handy measuring tapes, pencils, and paper to collect our clients’ As-Built property measurements. Our “high-tech” equipment was a laser distance meter, but even that high-precision tool can only take 1 measurement at a time. In some ways, I remember those days fondly. It was much more of a physically demanding process back then, and there was something gratifying about coming home each day having put in a number of hours dangling from ladders or scraping through crawl spaces.

If I had the choice, would I go back to those early days?

Probably not, but there’s nothing wrong with reminiscing. Though we do hand measure our clients’ properties from time to time depending on size and scope, over the last 2 years 3D laser scanners have revolutionized the way we do business, both in the field, in the office, and financially.

With that being said, over a series of posts, I’d like to explain how different PPM is today now that we have made a big push into this amazing, revolutionary technology. This first post will be about how 3D laser scanners have transformed the financial dynamics of what we do best: delivering accurate, high-quality As-Built surveys to our clients.

So, if you’d like a behind-the-scenes peak into how one of the top As-Built surveying companies in the country is changing due to this innovation, then please read on.

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A 3D laser scan can present unique perspectives for architects.

First Things First—What the Heck is 3D Laser Scanning?

MacBooks are to parchment and quill as 3D laser scanners are to tape measures. What I mean is they’re almost not even in the same universe.

To keep it simple, 3D laser scanners shoot… well, lasers in all directions, and whatever the lasers hit gets recorded as a 3-dimensional point for us to decipher later. The laser scanners we use shoot tens of thousands of points per second! So even a small building will generate many millions of data points in very little time. The resulting file containing all of these 3D points is called a Point Cloud file. The next step for us then is to take that point cloud, and through a series of different processes and software applications, create a usable deliverable for our client: Typically, a 2D AutoCAD drawing or a 3D Revit model.

These days, working with point clouds is what we spend quite a bit of our time doing here at PPM. Whereas a couple of years ago, we were creating accurate As-Built plans based on our hand-draw sketches containing individual measurements, now we are working with this incredibly accurate digital point cloud data. The challenge for us is that the point cloud contains everything that the lasers hit – wall decorations, furniture, coffee cups, pets… just look around you right now and you’ll get an idea for everything that can be contained in a point cloud. Our job is to focus on providing only what’s important for our client.

As you can imagine, this dramatic change in our process has been quite an adjustment in how we deal with dollars and cents here at PPM, so, next, I’d like to tell you about the 2 major ways that 3D laser scanning has changed the financials of our company.

Roof Top View By 3D Scanner

3D As-Built scans can provide extremely useful views that previously were difficult to obtain.

“Looks like we’re going to need a bigger equipment budget.”

When I started with PPM back in 2002, it cost about $5,000 to outfit my workers or myself with all of the tools we needed to start on a client’s project. This provided us with the field equipment, which was pretty minimal back then, plus the computer and software we needed in the office to create the finished CAD product.

Now, since the 3D laser scanner came around, we’ve seen quite an uptick in how much overhead we need for our field and office operations.

First, the 3D laser scanners—there are many different units on the market so the price will vary, but the 3D laser scanners that we use cost about $50,000 a piece. That’s right, this single tool is 10x more expensive than our entire kit cost only a couple of years ago.

Second, we need a much more sophisticated and high-powered computer and networking system than what we used back in the good old days, in order to handle all that point cloud data. So, over the past couple of years, we’ve replaced all of our production computers with high-end models, bought new servers and networking equipment, dramatically increased our local and cloud data storage capacity, and we are about to significant upgrade our internet speeds so that we can quickly transfer data to and from our regional offices, field survey crews, and clients.

You might be wondering how we can afford to make these investments without any increases in the rates we charge our clients. Good question. Well, there are more than a few cost advantages of using 3D laser scanners for As-Built surveying, as you’ll see in the next section of this post.

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Architects are enthusiastic about the exterior configurations of homes that are scanned and surveyed with the highest accuracy by 3D laser scanners.

Less Time on Site = Less Time in LA Traffic!

With the adoption and integration of 3D laser scanning into our processes, our productivity has increased dramatically. First off, we save a ton of time in the field. A couple of years ago, to survey a typical Single-Family house, we would have needed 5-7 hours at the site – a full day’s worth of work including travel. Our day in the field used to consist of sketching, measuring, maybe using a laptop to draw on site, and although we were great at it, the process was pretty tedious. Also, because we’re located here in Southern California, we would start at the crack of dawn so we could be done by early afternoon and not have to suffer through endless gridlock.

Now, using a 3D laser scanner, that same house would take maybe 1 to 2 hours in the field – making our time in the field about a quarter of what it used to be. For larger projects which used to take multiple days, this reduction in field time can also save a lot money in travel, as we now only need one trip to the project instead of 2 or 3. It also makes out-of-state projects more financially feasible, since we can save money on hotels, rental cars, and per diem due to our much quicker surveying process.

The other part of the As-Built process, the office work, has not yet seen any significant gains in efficiency, but things are trending in that direction. Currently, it still takes us about the same amount of time as it used to, to take the field data and draft it into AutoCAD or Revit. But we think that over time, as we get better and better at working with point clouds, and new software comes along that help automate different parts of the process, we will see similar gains in our productivity on the backend.

Because of this shift in the process, PPM is working to revamp our labor force. Everyone is learning new skills, and our hiring plan has changed dramatically. Whereas previously the general ratio was one office worker for each field surveyor, now the field work is so efficient that we need 4 to 5 drafters for every surveyor. Just another change like so many others that is brought about by the transformation of our business with 3D laser scanners.

Now, you may be asking yourself…

Point Cloud 3D Laser Scan

The beauty of the point cloud scan rendering is in the details, as well as the colors.

Why Do We Love 3D Laser Scanners So Much?

The answer is simple: We want to deliver the best and most accurate products as we can to our clients, and 3D laser scanners are the perfect way to accomplish this for the foreseeable future. Though overhead costs have increased, and we have to remake our labor force, there have been just as many positive aspects of switching to 3D laser scanning.

For instance, in order to accommodate all of the additional drafters we need to work with point clouds, we’re opening a new office in Salt Lake City, which we are calling our “CAD Command Center”. This move has upped our profile on a national level and will set us up to achieve our Mission of opening at least 8 new Regional Offices by 2025. It will also increase my opportunities to go skiing once winter rolls around.

But beyond all of the financial ups and downs that this new technology has caused us, it’s our commitment to our craft and our clients that informed our decision to adopt such a business-exploding piece of equipment.

At PPM, we’re looking forward to the future and all of the technological developments that will bring our business into the forefront of the 21st century. To us, there’s no improvement without innovation, and we’re glad that we’re placed firmly on the cutting edge of what is sure to be a revolution in the As-Built survey business.

Thanks for reading!

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4 Trends in the Restaurant Industry we learned at the NRA Show

Restaurant Rennovation Trends

Last week, Luke from PPM attended the annual National Restaurant Association (NRA) show in Chicago.  The NRA show is the biggest event of the year for the restaurant industry, featuring keynotes and education sessions with top foodservice experts, networking with all the top players in the industry, and hundreds of exhibitors showing off some of the latest developments in food preparation systems, transportation, point-of-sale, customer experience, and much more.

PPM had never attended the NRA show before, but over the last several years we’ve completed numerous As-Built Survey programs for clients in the restaurant industry:  McDonald’s (multiple times), Wing Stop, Papa Murphy’s, Wendy’s, and the biggest one of all – over 1,200 KFCs in 2016.  We’ve found that our clients usually need accurate As-Builts of their restaurants for 1 of 2 reasons:

  1. They are undergoing a major remodel program (in KFC’s case, it’s the customer dining area)
  2. They are expanding and opening new locations

With so much As-Built activity happening for PPM in the restaurant industry, we decided that the time was right to get out to Chicago and learn more about how the industry operates.  So over the course of 2 days, Luke visited hundreds of booths, listened to speeches, attended social events at night, and best of all… stuffed himself with all the free food samples that were offered on the exhibit floor.  When he got back to Long Beach and emerged from his food coma, we talked about what he had seen and heard at the show.  Based on that experience, here are 4 emerging trends that stood out:

  1. Robots.  I’m not talking about the human-like kind that walk around, talk to you, and help you defeat Darth Vader (yet) but rather the stationary machines that can perform any number of repetitive tasks.  Many factors are coming together to make the use of robots more viable including decreasing costs, rising pressure on wages, a steadily improving labor market (making it more difficult to hire), more emphasis on food safety, 24/7 availability, and more.  It’s true – before too long that Big Mac you have for lunch could be made by a robot.
  2. Point of Sale Innovations.  Ever since the invent of “fast” food, almost every trip to one of these establishments has started the same way:  Wait in line, and when it’s your turn, tell your order to a cashier.  Pay, receive your number, and wait to be called.  While this experience is still common, you’ve probably already noticed that it’s no longer ubiquitous.  Many restaurant chains including McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Panera Break, have embraced the use of kiosks to allow customers to place their own orders.  Another growing trend is the use of smartphone apps where customers can skip the line altogether by ordering and paying with their phone, then simply picking up their food when they arrive.  As with robots, the intersection of labor costs and technology (along with customer preference), is fueling this change.
  3. Data Analytics.  There is ALOT of data generated with all those POS transactions in a restaurant.  Add to is the increasing use of smartphone apps which allow the restaurant to gain previously inaccessible information about each specific user.  With more data, more powerful computers, and smarter software, its a great time to be in the data analytics business.  Restaurants are increasingly leveraging this data to help them find trends in sales patterns, the effectiveness of promotions, consumer preferences, and countless other insights.
  4. Restaurant Design.  Restaurants are constantly changing their layout, decoration, and other design elements (some more frequently then others).  Some recent trends in design include energy efficiency, a more streamlined counter, and bright, comfortable dining areas that encourage customers to linger.

As these and other trends continue and the restaurant business continues to evolve, PPM provides value to our clients by giving them the “As-Built” information they need to plan and execute remodels and other store improvements.  Our nationwide survey team can handle up to 50+ As-Built surveys per week, allowing a high-volume remodel program to proceed on schedule and on-budget, with minimal downtime for the operater.  We work hand-in-hand with our client’s Planning and Design teams, to ensure that they are getting the exact As-Built information they need, the way they need it, for every restaurant.

Want to chat about how we can help you be successful on an upcoming restaurant remodel program?  Shoot me an email by clicking here.

Thanks for reading!

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Planning a Multi Site As-Built Survey Program – Get It Right!

4 Critical Steps to Planning a Multi Site As-Built Survey Program

Last week I wrote an article about a specific type of As-Built services that PPM began offering in 2009 – “Multi Site” As-Built surveys.  A Multi Site survey program involves 2 or more locations (often hundreds) of the same type, and for the same client – most typically retail, restaurant and banking brands that are doing a regional or national remodeling program. These high-volume programs have grown to become the majority of our business, and we believe the primary source of future growth opportunities for PPM.

Let’s say a potential client contacts us with an upcoming store rebranding program.  They need to get 500 retail locations surveyed over the next 6 months.  That’s a lot of manpower and logistics to coordinate – what do we need to do in order to successfully execute this request?  Compared to a “Single Site” project, the stakes are much higher for both sides – any mistake that is made or shortcut that is taken in the beginning is magnified many times over, creating a domino effect down the line that can wreak havoc on the program timeline and results.  We have learned that it is absolutely critical to invest the time and energy needed in the beginning to communicate openly with the client, and plan all aspects of the survey program PRIOR to getting started with the site work.  We believe this so much that we’ve had to turn down projects when the necessary information just wasn’t forthcoming from the client, because we didn’t want to put ourselves or our clients in a situation where there’s any doubt at all as to the ultimate success of the program.

Here’s the 5 steps that we have identified for planning a successful Multi Site Survey program:

  1. Discuss Program Objectives
    • What is the purpose of the potential program, and what is our client’s role? With all the parties involved, it’s helpful to know where we are in the chain – no pun intended.
    • Is the client bidding or do they have the work secured? Our objective with this question is to get our services lined up as EARLY as possible within the client’s process.  This ensures alignment of budgets, products/services, and schedules/timelines which allows us to hit the ground running when the time comes for the full rollout.
    • What is the current workflow/process? This stems from the question above to get a sense of how the client is used to working on these programs and, also, to let them know how we typically run programs. Every program is unique and we love having these conversations early on to better know how to customize our services or processes during these early phases – with the goal of delivering a streamlined, design-ready package.
  2. Gather Program Information
    • Site information (size, layout, quantity, locations, corporate or franchised, etc..)
    • Scope of Work (As-Built Plans needed, item checklists, areas of focus)
    • Deliverables (CAD file, PDF, photos/videos, customized output)
    • Scheduling/Access (Who, how, hours of access, restrictions, contacts)
    • Timeline (Desired turnaround time, weekly delivery targets, overall program benchmarks and expectations)
    • Budgets and Pricing Expectations
  3. Assemble Program Team (tentative)
    • As-Built Surveyors (location, quantity, capabilities)
    • Project Management
    • Drafter and Quality Assurance support staff
    • Administrative and Customer Service support staff
  4. Create Program Proposal Package.  Not just a price, but a preliminary Program Fulfillment Plan which addresses:
    • Scope of Work/Deliverables clearly defined
    • Scheduling Practices/Assumptions
    • Timeline including Pilot Phase and full rollout ramp-up capabilities
    • Price (typically a flat per/location fee)

AS-BUILT PROGRAM FULLFILLMENT PLAN

Cover Page of a PPM Proposal / Program Fulfillment Plan

This amount of planning, before we even have a signed contract, is a significant commitment.  But we believe it’s absolutely necessary to ensure the excellent results that PPM is known for, and that our clients deserve.  The work on the front-end will ultimately save you much more time and stress later down the road (in fact we have picked up several As-Built programs midway through completion – likely due to our competition NOT taking the time to complete these steps).  It’s all a part of our Purpose as a company to help create “Worry Free Renovations”!

Next week, I’ll delve into one of the first things we do after we have a contract for a Multi Site Survey program – “Pilot” surveys.

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It’s All About “Multi Site”! Nationwide As-Built Survey Programs

Multi-Site As-Built Programs

Last week we started a new As-Built site survey program for McDonald’s (which you may have seen on PPM’s Facebook or LinkedIn pages).  We surveyed 6 locations in Oklahoma City, and we are just finishing up these “pilot” As-Built drawings for our client.  7 years ago if you would have told me that PPM would be measuring McDonald’s in Oklahoma, I would have told you to cut back on the glue-sniffing.  This expansion of our business obviously didn’t happen overnight, and this new survey program got me thinking about everything that has happened went before this step, and all that we have learned over the years about “Multi Site” survey programs such as this.

It started in 2009.  Up to that point, since our founding in 2002, we had worked exclusively on “Single Site” projects, meaning a single location (such as a house or commercial building) for an architect client.  But just as that market was really drying up with the recession, we were approached by a new potential client that needed to get As-Builts for a bunch of Long’s Drugstores (remember them?).  Long’s had just been acquired by CVS, and our client was managing the “rebranding” of those stores.  So over the next 4 months, we ended up measuring about 60 locations in San Diego and the Bay Area. It was a great survey program for us at a very opportune time, but we also realized quickly that it was not scalable or even sustainable – Colin and I did every single one ourselves on weekends, nights, and whatever time we had in between our other “regular” projects.

But that program showed us the opportunity that existed for nationwide As-Built surveying. So since then, we have hired more people and developed a network of 50-100 professional As-Built surveyors distributed throughout the U.S, so that we can offer our services in every major metro area of the U.S. without needing to travel.  But more importantly, we have fine-tuned the processes – such as project management, quality assurance, administration, etc… – that enable us to deliver a consistently high quality As-Built product and first-rate service to nationwide retail clients.

Here are a few of the common questions we hear about Multi Site Programs, and some things we have learned in our experiences:

Q:  What is a Multi Site As-Built Survey Program?

We define “Multi Site” as anything with multiple locations with the same client, type of space, scope of work, and deliverable output.  They can be regional or nationwide. Even within this we further define 2 varieties:

  • Traditional Multi Site – (A large batch of locations with regular scheduling, weekly delivery targets, etc.)
  • Recurring Single Multi Site – (one location released at a time, as needed by client)

Q:  Who are the Clients?

We are typically measuring stores for national or regional brands. The most common clients are retail, restaurant, and banking. Our client can be the corporate brand itself, a 3rd party design/construction firm, or even a further level down the chain (such as a fixture manufacturer/installer).

Q:  Why are they needed?

Most common uses for an As-Built site survey would be some kind of remodel project such as a store rebrand/redesign (the entire store or just a portion). Often this is due to a merger/acquisition with another company (such as the Long’s / CVS program) or a brand new store opening. Other uses include custom fixture installation and facilities management.

Q: What is the typical scope of work /output

That is the beauty of these programs, it is completely customizable to what the client needs for their specific project. Typically we are asked for As-Built Floor Plan, RCP, basic MEP info, and other info such as photos or custom site survey info. Sometimes the client already has their Scope of Work and As-Built plan standards figured out, but often they don’t so we work with them to help dial it in. Then we can produce it exactly that same way for every location nationwide.

Q:  What are the main challenges?

  • Project Management – This is completely different from what is required on a single location survey. Our client is literally coordinating hundreds or even thousands of remodels based on our survey output and workflow, so our scheduling, communication, tracking, and administration need to be proactive and 100% reliable.
  • Workflow Processes – When you are surveying 1 location you can rely on your skill and experience alone to produce a great product. You can improvise when needed.  This is not the case with Multi Site programs.  All processes need to be documented, repeatable, and scalable.  It is the only way you can produce consistent output every time, no matter who does the work.
  • Team/Workforce – You need to have the right surveyors in the right places. But just as important, you need a balanced and effective internal team of Project Management, Drafting, QA, Customer Service, and Administrative staff to coordinate and execute all aspects of the program.
  • Clients – We love our clients – but often they don’t even know what they want or need! But this is not their fault, they just haven’t ever seen it done the right way before.  Working with clients can be a challenge, but it is incredibly rewarding to help them transform the way they run their redesign programs.

Q:  What are the main advantages?

  • Focus/Specialty – When you get a chance to survey hundreds of similar locations for the same client, it really gives you a chance to innovate and orchestrate your processes for maximum efficiency.
  • Fewer Clients – Working with a smaller number of clients you can give more attention to each one. It allows you to be more attentive and obtain a much deeper understanding of your client’s needs.
  • Scalability – Since Multi Site survey programs involve so many locations, you get a lot more volume for each new program. This allows the business to scale much quicker than you do by signing up one location at a time.

It has not been an easy road to enter this market, and we have made mistakes to be sure.  We have learned through trial and error over the course of 20+ nationwide As-Built survey programs, and 5,000+ individual locations surveyed.  But through hard work, a willingness to learn, and unwavering commitment to satisfying our clients, Multi Site projects are now 2/3 of our business.  Over the next few articles we will go into the details of starting and running a large As-Built Survey program that upholds our purpose as a company – “Worry Free Renovations”.

Do you have a Multi Site survey program to discuss?