fbpx

Architecture & Construction

Architecture & Construction
Architecture & Construction
Architecture & Construction

Effective planning is critically important to architects, construction engineers and contractors in any type of construction project. 3D documentation at every stage, from initial design to final inspection, helps avoid costly rework errors.

Architectural practices, construction engineering companies and building contractors have all adopted FARO’s 3D laser scanners for 3D modeling and as-built documentation. Their projects range from simple house construction to inner city renovation and new office construction. From low to high rise, FARO has the right portable 3D solution for you.

A Nagoya Underground Mall Measured by FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D

Education: Aichi Institute of Technology
“Focus3D was first introduced when my research involved 3D scans of the human face,” recalled Dr. Nakamura. “The Focus3D was selected because it was significantly more affordable than other devices. Since then, the range of scan objects rapidly grew to include our university’s roads and buildings. The point cloud data scanning project of the ESCA underground mall is an extension of this.”

Hibiya Acquires Accurate Measurements of Harsh Mechanical Rooms Safely and Quickly with FARO

Civil Engineering: Hibiya Engineering Limited
At the end of 2011, Hibiya Engineering invested in a FARO Laser Scanner Focus3D to facilitate the measurement of existing facilities. Mr. Higashi explained, “With this new device, it now takes us only an hour to measure existing facilities that are due for renovation. Measurement has also been greatly simplified!”

From “Scrap-and-Build” to “Maintain-and-Preserve”

Construction: Aisei Ltd
The team at Aisei has had to assess many bridges without an original design blueprint in hand. These documents are important especially for earthquake-resistance construction work, because crucial information such as precise dimensions and measurements of the structure are required.

Register for an Account
Forgot password?