Tejjy Inc. Used Laser Scanning for BIM Project in Baltimore, USA
By: Tejjy Inc.
Sukh Singh, VP, Tejjy Inc. stated – "Our Point Cloud conversion to 3D BIM model played a significant part for the renovation of the existing building. We developed necessary elements in 3D, based on individual scan data for the modeling of architectural, structural and MEPFP services of Baltimore project, spread over 10,000 sq. ft. in each floor."
Regarding work scope, a senior BIM modeler of Tejjy Inc. mentioned: "Our BIM modelers captured the existing condition of building levels, with laser scanner in an accurate manner (within 2mm tolerance) and converted to point cloud. The data is then delivered in Autodesk Recap for viewing the construction progress. Our BIM modelers updated missing information, preparing the As-Built model as per site conditions, and the final BIM model for facilities management."
About Project Challenges, Sukh said – "Monitoring of the construction progress and controlling site changes were a bit challenging for us. But, it was essential to have a single source of on-site information for matching the construction schedule (https://www.tejjy.com/
As a solution to the challenge, Tejjy Inc. Project Manager specified – "We used laser scanning for the vital areas, converted point cloud into a 3D BIM model (https://www.tejjy.com/
Using Autodesk Recap, Tejjy Inc. visualized point clouds in a proper way. ReCap Photo - an Autodesk 360 service design facilitated in creating high-resolution 3D data from the photos to visualize and share 3D data. Applying the power of the cloud to the process and storing huge data files, Tejjy Inc. BIM modelers uploaded images on Autodesk 360, creating a 3D mesh model.
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