Laser Scanning Surveys
We provide 3D laser scanning surveys for a range of clients in London and across the UK, therefore, we have the skills and expertise to face any project, no matter how large or complex. Laser scanning surveys allow you to capture extremely detailed and accurate information on a property in a short space of time.
Contact our team today to learn about how laser scanning can help you with your project.
The Benefits of Laser Scanning
Laser scans are highly accurate, making them a vital asset in the construction and architectural industries. In addition to this, laser scanning is a fast process, and it allows you to capture a significant amount of information about a structure in a short amount of time. This information can then be stored and kept digitally forever.
3D laser scanning surveys and construction go hand-in-hand, as they eliminate guesswork and provide an accurate basis for architectural design and development. Laser scanning technology can also be used for:
Why Choose Modelling Architecture?
We understand that each project has strict time schedules to adhere to, that’s why we aim to get your 3D laser scanning data over to you in a timely fashion.
We can provide your architectural laser scanning information in a range of formats, and in black and white or colour.
This flexibility makes Modelling Architecture a great choice should you need to outsource your onsite laser scanning.
Contact us today to see how we can help you with your project
how we can help?
Get in touch with Modelling Architecture with your survey requirements to get a quote
Once agreed, we carry out the survey on-site using the latest surveying equipment
We produce the requested survey of the property and deliver results digitally on the agreed deadline
FAQs About Modelling Architecture Surveys
We understand the importance of turning surveys around quickly, therefore, we will always give our best lead-in times and work overtime to meet tight deadlines.
We currently hold up to £1,000,000 PI cover per project. However, we can increase this on request.
No, never. These instruments do not map buildings accurately, therefore, we use 3D laser scanners for all area measurement reports.