3D laser scanning

If you can see it, you can scan it

3D laser scanning captures significantly greater detail of the features of sites and buildings than can be achieved with traditional survey methods, and reduces the likelihood of repeat visits to the site.

Our 3D laser scanning specialists have local and international experience and know how to extract maximum value from the results. We use state-of-the-art techniques and specialised electronic field equipment to capture whole environments from the simple to the complex, and turn the data into detailed point clouds and 3D models.

We pride ourselves on working to understand our clients’ requirements and we can tailor the data deliverables to suit most client requirements. We can also provide archive solutions where we hold your data to be mined by our experienced specialists.

Safer and less intrusive - because the surveyor doesn’t have to access every point being surveyed, 3D scanning can be used in hazardous areas that would otherwise be unsafe or disruptive to other work being carried out on the site, such as busy construction sites or operating plant rooms.

Advantages of 3D Scanning

Improve design outcomes and reduce costly re-work

Do it once, do it right - the dataset is comprehensive and allows direct comparison with future scans if required

Add value to your asset - 3D data can be used to generate a BIM (Building Information Modelling) model of existing site structures

Britomart Central Post Office Building 3D Scan
Column scan of Auckland Britomart's CPO building.
Auckland's Customs Street 3D scan view.