Case Study: 3D Laser Scan Apartment Building for Floor Flatness CA.

CASE STUDY: 3D Laser Scan Apartment Building in Los Angeles, CA.

Arrival 3D are tasked with the 3D Laser Scanning of this new Apartment Building in Los Angeles to verify Floor Flatness.  

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    What Was Scanned

    Our client, a large construction company in Los Angeles, are in the process of completing a new Apartment building in Los Angeles. To proceed to finishing stages, the company must verify & document Floor Flatness in various areas of the build.

    Arrival 3D are tasked with 3D Laser Scanning of the designated areas in order to document existing floor flatness conditions, then to provide analysis upon where to resurface the floors so as to meet stringent criteria for finishing stages.

    3D Laser Scanning for Floor Flatness analysis of an apartment building in Los Angeles, CA.

    Location of Scan

    Los Angeles, CA.

    An Arrival 3D Leica RTC360, 3D Laser Scanning each of the adjoining rooms within this Los Angeles, CA apartment building.

    Scanner(s) Used

    Arrival 3D have a large inventory of 3D Scanners suited to a variety of tasks. Our most recent acquisitions, and currently our favored multi-tasking 3D Scanners, are our Leica RTC360’s. Arrival 3D now have several Leica RTC-360’s positioned strategically around the United States. We use the RTC360’s frequently due to their great versatility; portable size, long range accuracy and rapid scanning capability. 

    3D Laser Scanning for Floor Flatness analysis of an apartment building in Los Angeles, CA.

    Deliverables

    Our client required a complete Floor Flatness analysis report following each of our visits to the site. These reports were utilized for remedial work at the site, then the work was subsequently re-scanned & reported upon until the floors met criteria and the company had documentation to verify the matter.

    Pictured opposite is a component of a floor flatness report in which the varying relative heights of a floor are represented graphically. In addition, numerous data points with dimensional information are visible.

    The Floor Flatness report is generated from data captured onsite via our 3D Laser Scanners. This file type comprises the combined points from several scans into a single, registered point cloud. The data represents a full 3D image of the subject which can be navigated through, which can provide measurements and angles, and which enables Flat Floor analysis.

    Above, a view from an Arrival 3D Floor Flatness Report indicating graphically the high & low areas of a floor within a given area.

    Added Value

    Arrival 3D have in the past been called upon to scan architectural projects where the client had attempted, unsuccessfully, to take manual measurements of the area they have intended to change. Later, having spent a great deal of time & money, and having constructed sub-assemblies that won’t fit, Arrival 3D have been called upon to 3D Scan and document the areas in question. Rarely do existing architectural structures have existing, or accurate, blueprints. Furthermore, existing structures can subtly change dimensionally over time from their built condition, for countless reasons. 

    Arrival 3D are equipped and able to rapidly document existing conditions, provide that data to our clients in a multitude of formats, and ultimately save our clients time, trouble and valuable funding in documenting the reality of projects presented to us. The peace of mind that is inherent with a digital representation of a project is priceless and the ability to share this accurate data with the entire team instantly, and often remotely, is one of the wonderful benefits that these technologies allow us today. 

    Above, a representative image from an Arrival 3D Floor Flatness Report indicating graphically the area 3D Scanned for the purposes of analysis.

    An Arrival 3D scanning technician utilizing the Bluetooth connection from Scanner to Tablet and enabling pre-registration of scans onsite. This feature of a Leica RTC360 facilites greater efficiency onsite, eliminates the risk of underscanned areas and enhances processing speed back at the office.