Topscan rebrands to Sircle

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Multi-disciplined surveyor of the built environment Topscan has rebranded to become Sircle.

The new name is built on 30 years’ experience providing the building sector, with a wide range of surveys including Land, Building & MEP Surveys, Compliance & Fire safety audits and more recently BIM. With significant growth since its Document Scanning and CAD service beginnings, Sircle now delivers an extensive range of services to international clients in healthcare, education, hotel and leisure, retail and many other sectors.

Chad Coombes, Sales and Marketing Director at Sircle, said “The decision to change the name to Sircle was instigated by the evolving breadth of services we supply to our clients. Our ‘Topscan’ name no longer represented what we do. Sircle allows us to reach out to new markets and demonstrates our out of the box approach to delivering projects.”

Sircle ensures that their loyal customer base has a full understanding of their estates, by providing accurate information on the size, condition, usage of their estate as well as the MEP services and assets within them and their compliance with current regulations. Recently, Sircle has added project management and contract administration to their portfolio and attracted new talent to their staff, cementing their proposition as a one-stop-shop to their clients.

Sircle is proud to be RICS accredited, providing clients with extra reassurance that works carried out are done to a regulated standard and within RICS guidelines. Due to being on several procurement frameworks, appointing Sircle for your project is easy.

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