Standard 3D Revit Delivery

Robotic ImagingMarch 31, 2024

3D Robotic Imaging

Retailers, Designers, Architects, Engineers and Construction teams use our 3D Imaging to standardize quick and efficient as-built delivery in all markets. From multi-site programs to 1-off adaptive reuse projects, we help our clients in a variety of ways:

  1. Accurate As-Built Documentation

    3D laser scanning provides highly accurate measurements of existing structures and construction sites, enabling precise as-built documentation. This data is invaluable for design, retrofitting, and maintenance.

  2. Time and Cost Savings

    By rapidly capturing detailed information, laser scanning can significantly reduce the time and cost associated with manual measurements, site revisits, and rework. It helps in keeping projects on schedule and within budget.

  3. Improved Project Management

    Construction managers can use 3D laser scanning to monitor progress, detect discrepancies between plans and actual work, and make data-driven decisions to optimize project timelines and resource allocation.

  4. Enhanced Design and Planning

    Scanned data can be used to create accurate 3D models, aiding in design and planning. Architects and engineers can work with more precise information, reducing errors and changes during construction.

  5. Quality Control and Assurance

    Laser scanning helps identify construction deviations and quality issues early in the process, ensuring that the final product meets design specifications and regulatory requirements.

  6. Safety and Risk Mitigation

    Scanning technology allows for remote site inspections and minimizes the need for workers to enter hazardous areas. This enhances overall job site safety and reduces potential liability.

  7. Environmental Impact

    By minimizing the need for on-site revisits and rework, 3D laser scanning can reduce the environmental footprint of construction projects.

  8. Communication and Collaboration

    3D laser scanning data can be easily shared among project stakeholders, promoting effective communication and collaboration among architects, engineers, contractors, and clients.

  9. Facilities Management

    After construction is complete, the detailed 3D scans can be utilized for facilities management, maintenance, and renovations, extending the value of the data beyond the construction phase.

  10. Archiving and Historical Records

    3D laser scanning preserves a detailed digital record of a project, which can be valuable for future reference, renovations, or historical documentation.

  11. Regulatory Compliance

    Laser scanning can help construction projects meet regulatory requirements by ensuring that the built structures adhere to local codes and standards.

  12. Automation

    As technology advances, the integration of 3D laser scanning with other construction technologies, like Building Information Modeling (BIM) and automation, can further streamline and improve construction processes.

These benefits underscore the growing importance of 3D laser scanning in the construction industry, as it continues to transform the way projects are planned, executed, and managed, with a focus on precision, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.

How Does It Work?

We collect 3D laser scans specific to project goals. This data improves workflows, resulting in more accurate and realistic models. The information collected by our technicians is then passed on to our BIM team, who create highly detailed 3D models.

Building Information Modeling (BIM) further enhances the architectural design process by centralizing construction efficiency.

The Robotic Imaging Integration is accelerating the building industry with key data that can be accessed remotely and at scale.