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3D laser scanning provides large volumes of data that have many uses and delivers the most precise detail possible.

3D laser scanning allows us to capture large amounts of data from sites to provide comprehensive deliverables.  An added bonus of laser scanning, is that it can reduce or eradicate the necessity for re-visits to site if the scope of work changes, as the information captured can then be re-used to provide additional outputs.

Laser scanning is a great option for sites with access restraints as the data can be captured very quickly and can be done from a position of safety.

Scanning adds a real “wow” factor to the project and can help to visualise the site without ever stepping foot outside of the office. The deliverables can show very highly detailed features such as missing pointing in brickwork, fractures in structures and architectural sculptures, which saves on costly inspection that may need expensive access platforms such as scaffold.

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