Scan-to-BIM in Architecture: The Myths and Truths
The role of 3d scans in as-builts and existing conditions models.
Gathering data of existing site conditions is a necessary part of the design process, but it’s also one of the more tedious and time-consuming. This is especially true when architects have to make multiple site visits and walk the space, manually capturing the data. But is it worth the investment? This guide answers that and more.
- The benefits of 3d scanning technology
- Where it can fit into the design process
- Common misconceptions
- How to align with the right partner and technology
BIM is truly becoming what we were promised decades ago –– a fully integrated system where designers, owners and GC’s can cohabitate, coordinate and catch issues before they become problems. We still have a ways to go but we’re definitely seeing progress and growth in the BIM design/construction industry.
~ architect from Gensler
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