A site survey involves collecting all relevant information according to the event’s requirements, including time of the event, location, number of guests, traffic situation around this area, weather forecast, etc.

Information collected from the site survey will help with further communication with the event people, including communications with the tent rental company, honored guests, catering suppliers, the local government department, and other suppliers. A site survey report is also a very important record of the whole transaction.

The site survey should be operated by someone experienced and professional. They also need to have an experience in tent installation. The person in charge of the site survey has to be very familiar with the customer, and the requirements of the event.

What to Consider When Doing a Site Survey for Tent Installation

Detecting potential safety hazards is the main purpose of a site survey. Other factors to consider include:

• Obstacles on and over the current site.

• Obstacles around the future site such as the fence, spring, trees, garden, etc.

• Weather situation like the temperature. Is it windy? Is it rainy? Is it snowy? Are there any natural shelters that can protect the tent and attendance of the event when a strong wind comes?

• Is the ground condition suitable for installing a tent on it?

We should not ignore the significance of a site survey. A full site survey is supposed to be carried out before every tent installation so that the event people can have a clear idea about all potential problems. With this information, they can make the necessary adjustments for the most suitable tent installation.