Scan to BIM

Scan to BIM

We use 3D laser scanned data to create an accurate digital representation that can be used for designing, accessing progress, or evaluating options.

Scan to BIM facilitates you to create an accurate three-dimensional digital representation of your building - in a minimum period of time.

Scan to BIM Process

Step 1: Scanning
The scan is made by means of: Standalone scanners, Mobile Lidar mapping, Drone scanners, hand-held scanners, etc.
Step 2: Reading files
The scan arrives at The BIM Engineers in the .las / .laz / E57 format.
Step 3: From Scan to BIM
The scan is converted to a workable file and Revit modeled into a BIM.
Step 4: Implementing the I of BIM
Information from 2D drawings is loaded via .RVT file. All materials and values are assigned to the model.
Step 5: Maintenance & Data
All intermediate changes and maintenance are loaded. The BIM is now completely up to date. There is now a digital copy of the building.
Step 6: BIM implementation
The BIM model is now enriched with planned & unplanned maintenance insights. This makes it the most common method for facility management. In combination with BIM-2-Field you can quickly and precisely maintain the building.

Scan to BIM Benefits

Improved accuracy: Scan to BIM allows for the creation of highly detailed and accurate digital models of a building.
Enhanced visualization: Scan to BIM allows for the creation of more realistic and comprehensive digital models of a building.
Increased efficiency: Scan to BIM can save time and money by reducing the need for manual measurements and calculations.
Better decision-making: Scan to BIM provides teams with more data and information about the building.
Less expenses at site survey
Quick As-built documentation
Reduce the likelihood of errors or omissions in the design, and can improve the overall quality and precision of the model.
Helps teams to visualize and understand the building in greater detail.
More informed for strategic decisions

Our Scan to BIM Services

  • 3D laser scanning:
    his is the process of using specialized equipment to capture detailed measurements and information about a building or structure. The data collected is used to create a 3D point cloud, which can then be used to create a digital BIM model.
  • BIM modeling:
    This is the process of using the data collected through 3D laser scanning to create a digital BIM model of a building or structure. This model can include information about the building's physical and functional characteristics, such as dimensions, materials, and systems.
  • Clash detection and coordination:
    is is the process of identifying and resolving conflicts or potential conflicts between different building components or systems using the BIM model. This can be done through meetings and discussions, or by using the BIM software to simulate and test different solutions.
  • As-built documentation:
    his is the process of creating detailed and accurate documentation of a building or structure based on the BIM model. This can include information about the building's dimensions, materials, systems, and other important details.
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