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Historical buildings and modern constructions with a lot of bended elements are often difficult to measure with conventional surveying material. By scanning facades and interiors of a listed building a 3D point cloud of the entire building is created.

3D puntenwolk gevel Vlaanderenstraat Gent

Facade scan Vlaanderenstraat, Ghent

This point cloud then serves as the basis for the production of horizontal plans such as floor plans and roof plans, vertical sections and facade plans. The position of doors, windows, ornaments, statues, balconies etc. can be included in the plans. This information is used for conservation, restoration and research to optimize the use and design of the building. 

Gevelplan Vlaanderenstraat Gent

Facade plan Vlaanderenstraat, Ghent

A 3D model can be made of the scanned building which can be used for combination with a new design, for BIM (Building Information Modeling) or for 3D visualization or simulation.

3D laser scanning is also used in critical demolition situations. The point cloud then gives a clear overview of the building allowing to plan the demolition carefully. 

Stadhuis Antwerpen Plan Scan Foto

Combination of the image, scan and plan of the facade of the city hall of Antwerp

grondplan stadhuis antwerpen

Floor plan city hall Antwerp