Case Studies

Value Engineering & Design Validation

Verification through Laser Scan/Point Cloud Conversion
Verification through Laser scans or, Point Cloud conversion is the largest spread technique used for conversion of current structures or for buildings under construction into ‘As-Built’ models. This is an efficient method in which the real conditions at the site can be easily tracked and complied with.

Laser scanning is conducted for current systems, and the point cloud is transformed by BIM mapping into built-in knowledge rich models. Normal laser scanning is conducted at various stages of the project to ensure that the model is updated in a phase-wise manner with on-site development. It also helps to monitor the MEP components that are after completion and to make the necessary changes concerning the site.

Verification Through Mark-up drawings or Existing Construction Drawings
It is the most common way of modeling systems as-built. The as-built drawing collection is used to turn existing data into 3D information rich models for buildings already constructed. This is a simple and efficient technique and we have succeeded in transforming many existing buildings with 2D plans into knowledge rich as designed models, with the relevant details. In addition, using the red line mark-up drawings for an under-construction project, actual dimensions are recorded and model is updated accordingly.

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