Recon­s­truc­tion and instal­la­ti­on in exis­ting hall

Use of a point cloud for the recon­s­truc­tion plan­ning of an exis­ting hall



The exis­ting inter­nal sup­ports were to be remo­ved wit­hout repla­ce­ment during the cour­se of refur­bis­hing and/or rene­wing the roof struc­tu­re of an exis­ting hall. It wasn’t pos­si­ble to refer back to exis­ting docu­men­ta­ti­on. An inven­to­ry sur­vey had to be exe­cu­ted using a point cloud in order to obtain a relia­ble plan­ning basis for the instal­la­ti­on of new beams and bra­cing com­pon­ents con­nec­ting to the remai­ning exis­ting struc­tu­re. Uti­li­sing this point cloud made it pos­si­ble to gene­ra­te the requi­red infor­ma­ti­on about the geo­me­try of the exis­ting struc­tu­re and the cross-sec­tions uti­li­sed. This infor­ma­ti­on enab­led a pre­cise inte­gra­ti­on of the new com­pon­ents into the exis­ting struc­tu­re, wit­hout any time-con­sum­ing mea­su­re­ments on the con­s­truc­tion site, which is some­ti­mes not pos­si­ble wit­hout the use of lif­ting plat­forms or other auxi­lia­ry con­s­truc­tions and often does not result in exact dimensions.

We can pro­cess the raw data from point clouds or direct­ly import the alre­a­dy pre­pared data in the file for­mat .e57 into our 3D-CAD system.