3D Scanning for construction provides a digital environment that forms a digital basis for project planning, approvals and execution. Each phase of construction can be designed in one combined environment.
Millimeter-accurate measurements can be made from a desk instead of onsite, detailed renderings can be delivered to all project stakeholders to make sure every party is in alignment and project risks can be identified with 3D scanning of a new project space.
For project managers and teams managing complex demolition, installation and construction projects, avoiding risk is crucial. Often projects have large contingency budgets allotted to ensure that they can cover any unforeseen issues or difficulties during the project.
Facility owners have to be prepared and responsible for any number of possibilities and contingencies. 3D scanning provides you a digital, millimeter-accurate representation of your facility that can be used by and shared with the entire team.
3D scanning is a quick, cost-effective solution to ensuring that 100% accurate as-built representations are available for a vendor RFQ, design work, demo and install planning, or any other project requirements.
Unexpected delays can extend production downtime and create significant unwanted labor and downtime costs. Reality capture using 3D scanning creates a digital twin that can be used to simulate every demolition and installation step before a single cut is made.
An article by Rowan Connelly, General Manager at Acensium, was recently published by Industry Today. In this piece, Rowan explains how Acensium was able to collaborate with an Installing Contractor for a large North Carolina power plant to streamline project workflow and minimize risk.