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Blueprints can often be inaccurate and not take into account minor renovations and remodels. 3D laser scanning provides you with engineering-grade, exact measurements. Reduce reworks on your project by exposing inaccuracies early in the process before they turn into costly change orders.
Using traditional measurement tools like a tape measure can sometimes require teams of 4-6 field workers to be placed in precarious environments and increase time on-site, leading to higher injury risk. 3D scanning however, is non-intrusive, there is no need for scaffolding, ladders, harnesses, or other essential safety equipment. One laser scanner can obtain the precise measurements of high ceilings and ductwork far above human reach. With one person armed with a laser scanner, you significantly increase your job-site safety.
Laser scanning significantly reduces the time it takes to measure construction sites – by up 75%. By capturing millions of data points per second, what one laser scanner can do in a day could take a team of 2-6 to do in one week.
If the time spent on-site to measure goes down by 75%, so does the cost. But the cost savings aren’t just from man-hours saved. Inaccurate site measurements can cause additional expenses in equipment rentals, man-hours, additional trade materials, and project delays, adding up quickly. With the exact site conditions provided by the laser scanner, teams can plan effectively and prevent these costly disruptions.
In our era of remote work and connectivity, teams may be working together across states or even the country. On-site visits in these cases can become an expensive time-drain. Laser scans can be used to create a 3D virtual site overview so no matter where your team is located they have access to the smallest site details and complexities. These are incredibly helpful for coordination.
This is a common misconception. While 3D scanners do collect an impressive amount of data, this raw data does require skill and expertise to transform that raw data into a usable 3D model.
Photogrammetry takes a series of photographs taken from the 3D scanner, and stitches them together stitched together. These photos can then be compiled and exported into a form that allows you to perform a digital walk through – think similar to street view on popular online map applications. Our photogrammetry allows end-users to review, measure, and zoom in at each scan site right from the computer.

3D scanning technology allows a single user to take hundreds of measurements in seconds. Compared to traditional methods – which require multiple surveyors to spend many hours to acquire the same data – this translates into savings in both time and labor.

In addition, 3D scanning provides you with highly accurate data. This significantly cuts down the chance of costly mistakes.

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Whether you are looking for equipment rentals or a full-service solution, our team of experts has you covered. Send us a brief message about your project and one of our 3D experts will reach out to you shortly.

Please include any photos, drawings, or diagrams that will give us a better idea of your project.

Phone: 1.888.599.6611

Email: [email protected]

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