Construction Sites of the Future: Continues Construction Verification
17 Oct 2019
For many years, laser scanning has been used as a method to capture as built information to form the basis for the design intent in refurbishment and alterations projects. Traditionally this has been a process undertaken by Surveyors and Engineers acting on a sub-contract basis for Designer and Main Contractors. Due to combinations of the advancement of data capture hardware, analysis software and visualization technology, a growing trend is emerging for the adoption of laser scanning technology throughout the full lifecycle of a built asset. This session will focus on the use of the data captured from laser scanning and how it can be implement it in our QA/QC environment during the construction phase of a project. We will look at how this detailed site data capture technique can form the basis of multiple applications such as on site design verification, clash detection, tolerance analysis along with the methods which can be used to record, communicate and review important site information.