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Floor Elevation Survey

A floor elevation survey is a tool used to evaluate the performance of a building floor in service. A Zip level or manometer is generally used, that can measure differences in elevations between proximal points. Readings are generally taken throughout a building and a contour map is drawn to identify if any patterns of differential settlement are present in the building.

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