3D BIM Modelling
How We Can Help You
Is Scan to BIM a solution that can help you? A 3D laser scanner can quickly determine a building’s physical properties and produce point cloud models that are ideal for input into BIM applications. Integrating a point cloud model with BIM allows you to analyze and access the project’s as-is conditions quickly and accurately prior to launching the design.
In addition to the base 3D Laser Scanning Service, we also provide a BIM service through SURV3D. Point cloud models may not be able to be converted to BIMs due to the lack of time and resources. In order to help you achieve this, SURV3D has invested in technology and trained professionals who will translate your 3D point clouds into a comprehensive building information model in native formats such as Revit, IFC, MicroStation, AutoCAD, Inventor, and 3DS Max.
The Benefit of 3D Modelling
As with the military, the old saying “no plan survives contact with the enemy” is as true for design. In the end, you can’t be sure how a building will look from the inside and the outside, or what the neighborhood will look like. Unless, of course, you take advantage of the advanced 3D modelling techniques of SURV3D Survey Group.
In comparison to speculative drawings or theoretical designs, our 3D models are much more realistic. With our help, you’ll be able to visualize your building designs in several ways:
- Any position in your building gives you a view of your neighbours. Find out where to find windows seats, prestigious offices, and elegant meeting rooms. can even adjust your designs according to what the local environs contain.
- You can also view the property from the inside of the building. Get a first-hand look at the building as a visitor enters it or moves through it. For contrast and appropriateness, you can also look at the building next to the other buildings on the street.
- Make sure the true layout and design correspond to your vision. Ensure the architects drafted the blueprints to eliminate any uncertainty caused by mistakes and misinterpretations. Before you start construction, you can know what the results will be.