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As the construction and property sectors increasingly embrace BIM, the need for high-quality survey data becomes crucial for various projects. There is a growing demand for delivering surveys in a 3D Revit format, aiding in informed design decisions.

Purpose of a BIM Survey
A BIM (Building Information Modeling) survey, also known as a Revit survey, serves the purpose of preserving data continuity for future use. It is particularly essential for public sector projects, as stage 2 BIM is now a requirement. The survey facilitates a more holistic and collaborative approach to projects among different agencies. Beyond capturing information about the structure, BIM includes data about relational measurements, encompassing geographic, geometric, and spatial relationships with other structures and facility components. In essence, it enhances coordination and cooperation in various aspects of a project’s lifecycle.

Application of a BIM survey
A BIM survey is a process that involves the use of surveying techniques and technologies to collect accurate and detailed data about the physical and spatial characteristics of a building or infrastructure project. This information is then used to create a digital representation of the structure in a BIM software environment. BIM surveys contribute to the development and management of a comprehensive database that includes not only the physical geometry of the building but also additional information about its components, materials, systems, and spatial relationships. The goal is to enhance collaboration, communication, and decision-making throughout the entire lifecycle of the structure.

Benefits of a BIM surveys
The benefits of BIM surveys stem from the detailed granularity they capture, providing enhanced data and continuity that significantly improves decision-making efficiency across the entire lifecycle of a project. This spans from the initial design phase to construction and ongoing maintenance..

Expectations from Our BIM surveys

Leveraging point cloud data obtained through our laser scanning technology, we deliver:

  • 3D Revit models for buildings and structures, comprising plans, elevations, and sections.
  • 3D topographical surveys illustrating ground terrain and surface intricacies, suitable for integration into Revit.

Point cloud data files available in diverse formats.

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