Heritage 3D Laser Scanning Survey
Heritage 3D Laser Scanning Survey Summary:
3D laser scanning is the ideal tool for rapid, high accuracy surveys of heritage information, capturing the finest details of complex sculptures, or decaying stonework on heritage buildings. We can also 3D mesh, model and visualise through our 3D modelling department.
Our past projects have been commissioned through English Heritage, National Trust and Architects involved with renovation of historical property. They have varied from monitoring of earth dams (Witley Court), to deformation of Tudor buildings (Little Moreton Hall), intricate ceilings (Attingham Park) and heritage facades (Kings House, case study). From our scan data, we can extract high accuracy 2D floorplans, elevations, sections and 3D modelled information to meet your requirements.
We also have a specialism in measured building surveys for Heritage railway stations, having the PTS certification to gain track access and work on railway infrastructure. Past projects include Reading, Paddington, Kings Cross and St Pancras stations for Architects and consulting engineers (White Young Green, Arup, Scott Wilson, Atkins, Corus).
We also offer a full topographical survey service for large stately homes & gardens, combining Ordnance Survey digital data with high accuracy survey and RTK GPS data. An example of this is Dudmaston Hall for the National Trust.
For more information please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to us on 01952 676 775.