Our elite design team will package your maps & models to suit your needs – from raw point cloud data to a fully rendered 3D BIM model – to ensure you have all the information you need to get the job done right, delivered in formats that make them instantly understandable and easy to communicate.
At GPRS, our goal is your goal: To provide you with the highest quality as-builts, point clouds, maps, and models available to reduce change orders, delays, and cost overruns. Our 2-4 mm scan accuracy provides tighter dimensions for superior clash detection and clean, clear visualizations.
And we’ve been providing outstanding 3D laser scan results for clients since 2011.
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Our 3D scanning service delivers unmatched site documentation with a variety of professional 3D laser scanners, including the Leica P-Series and RTC360 scanners. Each time we execute a 3D scan, we capture a point cloud. Our point clouds capture millions of data points from multiple on-site locations using LiDAR technology, giving you unrivaled image fidelity of up to 2-4 mm accuracy and up to 2 million 3D data points captured per second. You can learn more about how to laser scan a building, here: (How To 3D Laser Scan A Building (truepointscanning.com)
As-builts have never been more accurate than with 3D laser scan technology. GPRS captures the exact building dimensions, locations, and layout – information that is crucial to the success of your project. Items are often moved, added, or removed from the original plan, making as-builts invaluable for design, construction, renovation, and facility modifications.
3D BIM models are accurate digital representations of a building or site to facilitate design, construction and operational processes. 3D BIM models provide clients with the ability to break down architectural, structural and MEP building features and see how they fit into a single finalized structure. Users can isolate and alter walls, columns, windows, doors, etc. to support the planning and design needs of any project.
3D laser scanning captures as-built site conditions with a high level of precision, helping to identify potential clashes, fabricate components and plan a flawless installation. Information can be shared with other teams to ensure everyone is on the same page and can coordinate their work effectively. This saves time, money and headaches by preventing costly modifications in the field.
3D laser scanning can be used to create 3D models and 3D mesh files for use in mixed reality, projection mapping and 3D gaming. 3D laser scan technology documents real-world environments with millimeter precision and reconstructs them into a dimensionally accurate, 3D digital representation. Assets are delivered in high detail with texture, making them the perfect element for stunning visualization applications.
We provide high-precision, custom analysis and calculations, such as dimensional callouts, tank calibration analysis, prefabrication of panels, accident analysis, floor flatness and levelness analysis (FF & FL), deviation analysis, deformation analysis, new construction verification, volume calculations, wall plumb analysis, staircases, elevator shaft analysis, and so much more. The data gathered by laser scanning is a powerful tool for solving complex challenges.
Our FAA-licensed pilots provide aerial video, property imaging, building imaging, and photogrammetry services. We use HD video and HD photo cameras to capture aerial video and photos. We offer safe, accurate, and cost-effective data collection for vast, dangerous, or hard-to-reach areas.
The combination of laser scanning and ground penetrating radar captures precise documentation to visualize your facility effectively and accurately, above and below ground. With this fully integrated service, you receive clear and understandable findings of structural, MEP, and field markings in point cloud data format, 2D site plans and 3D models. This accurate data allows clients to expedite design planning, extract 3D coordinates and measure distances, along with the ability to mark-up and share this with project teams. Receiving critical site information will lower project risks and increase project efficiency.