3D Laser Scanning
for the Construction Industry and beyond
With the advent of laser measurement modern surveying has evolved more in the
last five years than in all previous centuries combined. 3-dimensional imaging,
otherwise known as 3D laser scanning, is at the forefront of this evolution.
With 3D laser scanning, whatever your eye sees can be measured to millimeter accuracy in only minutes. These scanners collect – at lightning speed – high resolution, panoramic images of the environment and objects near the scanner. Except these aren’t merely static images; these images hold spatial information that, in essence, digitizes the environment into CAD. This allows for precise measurements of even the smallest details, and eliminates the need for survey crews to return to the site to pick up missed or more detailed data.
Areas where 3D scanning is currently in use
Our Experience with 3D Scanning
· LA 61: Jefferson Highway Overpass - Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
· Willow Glen Transformer Expansion – Entergy Services Inc.
· Amite River Bridge near French Settlement – Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
· Hooper Road Widening (LA 3034 – LA 37) - Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
· Interchange for US 90 and LA 318 - Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
· LA 3139 Ramp-A over LA 3152 Repair - Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
· Tunica Hills Tunnel Survey – Facility Planning and Control
· I-12 (LA 21 to US 190) and I-12 (US 190 to LA 59) - Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development
· CPPJ Transmission Line Relocation Survey – Entergy Services Inc.
· LA Surveyor Loop and Calibration – Fugro Roadware
· L-749 Juban Road Transmission Line Reroute – Entergy Services, Inc.
· 1A Cell Antenna Surveys within the LSU Campus – Professional Engineering Groups, Inc.