Project - Former Kidderminster Magistrates Court
Measured Building Survey
Former Kidderminster Magistrates Court is a Grade ll Listed Building in Worcestershire and was built in the mid 1800s. It was originally a carpet factory and offices before being acquired by the borough council in 1971 when it was partly converted to a magistrates court. It has been vacant since 2002 and parts of the site are in a poor state of repair.
There is an estimated £250,000 to cover the initial works and the local authority are hoping to receive grant money from the government’s £675 million Future High Streets Fund. Bury Associates were commissioned by Burrell Foley Fischer to drone and scan the site and produce a 3D photogrammetric model.
The intention is to create an enterprise centre to accommodate the town’s digital and technology sectors.
Survey Methods Employed
- Drone photogrammetry
- Laser scanning
- GPS survey control
- GPR & CCTV
“We worked with Bury for the first time and we are extremely happy with the level of information they provided and very impressed with their attitude. They are super kind, responsive and professional! It's been a pleasure to work with them and we would definitely be commissioning them again in the future.”
Amara Roca Iglesias - Junior Associate
Burrell Foley Fischer LLP
- 3D Revit model
- Exported and edited 2D CAD plans
- 2D Topographical survey with underground services & CCTV
- 360 Panoramic Tour
- ContextCapture 3D Photogrammetric Model - delivered as a web-based model viewable through any standard web browser. Part of the online model can be viewed by following this link: