Implementing Technology on a Historic to Modern Renovation
The challenge for historic building renovations is the reliability, efficiency, and accuracy of existing documentation and existing conditions. Laserscan technology is an efficient, accurate, and low-cost process that benefits both the design process and construction coordination process.
Originally built in 1905, this historically significant building is undergoing a complex, design-build renovation into a modern education facility. The presentation is delivered by the Design-Build team as a case study of strategy, process, best practices, and lesson learned of implementing the laserscan to improve the quality of the construction of documents, and enhance 3D building coordination during construction.
Hosted by the Project Delivery AIA Knowledge Community
- Understand the basic steps to implementing laserscanning in a design project
- Describe the value of laserscanning in a historic renovation and design-build delivery
- Recognize the best practices involved in using laserscan in design documentation and building coordination
- Identify how laserscan technology improves project delivery in the AEC industry, and how to implement it within your own projects
Recorded live on March 10, 2022.
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