Technics has carried out a fully measured survey on a building identified for proposed reconfiguration works for a ready meal manufacturing company.
Due to the challenging nature of the project and restricted access to the site during the day Technics used 3D laser scanning to capture the internal areas of the building. The result is a range of point cloud data that provided the client with an accurate data set with multiple measured floor plans including; reflected ceilings; roof voids; and plant rooms, for Suvey4BIM modelling in Revit.
The client comments, “Technics was able to react to our request with only one week of lead time. The work has been carried out in a busy and challenging environment with no interruption to day-to-day production with all health and safety regulations applied. Thanks to Technics we are able to complete factory design on time and at a high quality standard.”
Peter Morrison, Project Manager of Technics said, “The challenging nature of this busy, working factory meant that our teams had to continually adapt their methodology and programme to capture the data required. The use of the 3D Laser Scanner enabled us to gather large quantities of data in a restricted area with minimal impact to the site. It enables us to provide the client with a detail point cloud data set and accurate TruView (pictured below) of the site that will assist them with modelling and engineering works in the future”.
At Technics we pride ourselves on delivering high quality results regardless of the challenges on site.
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