Don't waste time with tape measures, lasers, and paper. Those ways of capturing existing information are time-consuming and inaccurate. With the advent of lidar and photogrammetry scanning, we can capture existing spaces efficiently and accurately. Check out some of our use cases below.
We worked with The Studio Architecture in Bouder, Coloardo to capture 28,000 square feet of office space for renovation. The area this technology really helped out with is for the ceiling joist when trying to coordinate the mechanical information through the structure. Want to a quote for your project? Reach out to our sister company at On Point Scanning
In this example we helped Mark Young Construction capture the construction of a fire station being built. The value of this construction progress scan is to be able to see all the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing prior to drywall being installed. This process gives the construction team a view behind the walls after the project is built
In this example we helped Lisa Laursen Design capture the existing conditions of this beautiful oasis in the mountains. The project structure had many angled walls making it difficult to measure. Using our advanced scanning technology, we were able to get the existing conditions documented for her, and brought into Revit.