3D scanning the Roman bath house in Lancaster. Technically, I am surveying the adjacent multi-storey car park, for renovation works. The pyramids are next.
Scanning a footbridge to provide detailed drawings for heritage preservation and future planning of maintenance. This Nedo elevating tripod I usually use for loft hatches comes in handy.
3D scanning to produce plans, elevations and sections for the evaluation of new recycling machinery.
Land surveying including a footbridge in need of an overhaul. We used the total station above and a 3D scanner to better capture the inaccessible river embankment ground levels.
Measured building survey down one of the cobbled side streets of Kirkby Lonsdale, with an unusual link to between neighbour’s houses. 3D scanning to produce existing plans, elevations and sections
Using long range 3D scanning, we were able to position and draw these piles and pile caps within the topographical survey drawing of the deck above.
Scanning somewhat precariously to produce cross-sectional drawings for a bridge maintenance project.