Mitigate Project Risks and Maximize Efficiency
with 3D Laser Scanning Services
Uncertainties, and confusing design can complicate design and construction projects. Thew Associates offers 3D laser scanning, and drone mapping services to help eliminate design ambiguity. Our 3D Laser Scanning services help architects, engineers, contractors, capture accurate and complete as-built data to make informed decisions at every stage of their project.
Capture complete and precise measurements of your project.
Rapidly capture high-quality data, to enable more efficient design and construction processes.
Reduce costs by eliminating manual measurements, and return visits to capture missed data all while improving accuracy.
HOW 3D SCANNING WORKS
Our experienced laser scanning technicians will strategically position a laser scanner throughout your project area collecting millions of data points to create a comprehensive digital picture of the site.
Whether presented as a point cloud or a digital model, this data allows you to explore and measure the space more accurately than any other source can provide.
Why Choose Thew?
Our commitment to utilizing the best technology available to capture accurate geospatial data has led our firm to adopt laser scanning. Our foundation in land surveying is what separates Thew Associates from other laser scanning services providers by ensuring a geospatially accurate point cloud.
Common 3d Scanning Uses
3D Laser Scanning utilizes a laser for the purpose of capturing precise and detailed 3D measurements of objects, spaces, and surfaces. The process operates by gauging the distance that exists between the scanner and the target, thereby creating a point cloud of data through the use of laser beams.
3D Laser Scanning allows for exponentially faster and more complete data collection when compared to traditional methods which reduces costs and lead times for design and construction projects.
It finds application in the design and construction industries for various
purposes such as capturing capturing as-built data of pre-existing structures,
designing and planning new projects, and monitoring the progress of
construction. In addition, it assists in identifying potential issues in design and
construction, leading to reduced costs and better outcomes for the project.