Tools for drawing Site Surveys in SketchUp.
What's New in Version 2.5
- Fixed formatting for input boxes for MACs
- Coverted to vector icons for sharper look
What's New in Version 2.1
- Fixed bug where angular seconds were not rounding to 2 decimal places.
- Selections you make in the Area Input drop down boxes are remembered as defaults for the next use within the same session.
What's New in Version 2.0:
- Version 1.0 supported only Quadrant Bearings (angles always <90 degrees measured within the 4 quadrants: NE, NW, SE, SW) which is commonly used in North America.
- Version 2.0 now also supports Azimuth Bearings (angles <360 measured clockwise from North).
- Maximum Arc center angle increased from 90 degrees to 180 degrees. (For larger Arc center angles, just add two arcs with the same radius.)
- Increased security and other internal improvements.
- New Help / User Guide
Upgrade from version 1.0 to 2.0 is free. For instructions go to
Version 2.0 requires version 16 of either Sketchup Make (which is always free) OR Sketchup Pro (upgrade to 16 is free if your licence for 15 is less than 12 months old.
All building projects start with a site survey: which defines the boundaries of one or more plots of land. An accurate survey is crucial to determining the legal setbacks and coverages that limit building design.
What you can do with this extension:
1. Draw one or more land parcels from a surveyor's field notes or survey drawing.
2. Design any number of parcels in a subdivision.
3. Convert an imported CAD file into a properly annotated survey drawing. (SketchUp PRO only)
4. Draw Surveys dimensioned in meters or feet.
(Works in either SketchUp Make or SketchUp Pro: versions 16 and later.)