• How a BIM-survey adds value to an architectural project (animation)

    Watch our handy guide about BIM-surveys to learn how they can add value to your client’s project and the key deliverables you should expect from a survey.

    See how a BIM survey is the first stage in the cradle to grave lifespan of a refurbishment or redevelopment project and how data accuracy gained from the survey allows designers to work with greater confidence and certainty, thereby reducing commercial risk.

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  • Laser survey for BIM Level 2 Project case study

    Pick Everard was appointed by Chelmsford City Council to design and deliver the £25 million Riverside Leisure Centre redevelopment.

    In this video case study Pick Everard’s Director Keith Prendergast and Senior Architect Justin Ashworth together with C A Design Services’ Mark Johnson discuss the challenges of developing this BIM Level 2 project for the Council and the critical nature of the site survey and 3D Revit model.

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  • What is a Laser Survey?

    A laser survey or 3D laser scanning survey is used by professional surveyors to gather accurate and detailed data of any building, project or site.

    Using a portable laser scanner we can gather a very large amount of information in the shortest amount of time without compromising on precision, especially useful for complex environments.

    For this project we fully scanned the building inside and out to create a comprehensive pointcloud model. After registering the pointclouds together we created a full 3D model of the building including adding furniture to one of the rooms.

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