When staking out the construction site, we transfer the three-dimensional coordinates of planned components or building objects into nature. The stakeout points are determined using various measuring systems, starting from reference points in the absolute reference system of the construction site, and marketed in a suitable manner. A final redundant control measurement ensures the required reliability and accuracy of the staked points.
In order to minimize the disturbance of the construction process, the position of the measuring instrument is usually chosen according to the principle of free stationing. This flexibility is enabled by creating a dense reference point field.
The coordination to be staked out are processed by using a suitable specialist software and the results are documented and transferred in the form of staking out protocols and sketches. This is important as the staking out method depends on the required construction tolerance.
Standard methods achieve accuracies in the mm range, in the case of plant measurement also in the range of 3/100 mm.