Building Additions

Structures and element are dynamic objects. Material wear, external forces, and ground movement all affect the stability of the structure, the surveyed element, or even the ground itself. 3D laser scanning enables monitoring and identification of local and systemic movement and allows to examine the geometry of elements and their deviation from the reference geometry. Comparison between laser scans performed at different times can help detect changes in the position or stability of the element over time. This activity is performed on archeological/historical sites, structures under construction, structures and elements suspected of movement, parking structure walls, steel structures, and all kinds of dirt embankments.