KME Laser Scanning provides a wide range of services and deliverables for our clients. Our services are tailored to our client’s needs, enabling us to provide each client with the most effective and efficient information for their project’s needs. Our list of services includes:
3-D Laser Scanning
Our 3-Dimensional Laser scanning services consist of a 1-2 person team and our state of the art laser scanning equipment. Our team will tour the space with our scanner, setting up the scanner in various positions to best allow the scanner to view and document the space. The captured data “the point cloud” can them be utilized for a variety of services. This service can be utilized for both interior and exterior applications.
Building Measurement / As-built plans / Field Verification
Using the data collected during the laser scanning process, we can translate that information into highly accurate as-built floor plan. This can be a powerful tool for designers and architects in accurately determining the existing conditions and assist in the design of a new or renovated space or building.
BOMA Floor measurements / Verifying existing rentable areas / Area Analysis
Using our laser scanning equipment. KME Laser scanning can accurately measure any size and complexity of existing space to precisely determine existing square footage calculations to be used to calculate rentable areas.
CAFM (Computer Aided Facilities Management)
This is a powerful tool for property owners and facilities management. CAFM gives owners and managers quick and accessible information about their building space, employees and assists. This tool can help consolidate unused building space or assist in planning for growth.
Development of 3D BIM models
Using the data collected during the Laser Scanning process, we can translate that information into a Las Vegas 3-Dimensional BIM (Building Information Modeling) to be used to assist in the design and construction of a new space or renovation.
Documenting construction process
KME Laser scanning can also provide construction verifying in the form of point cloud data and photos to identify areas to be incompliance with the design drawings as well as photos of construction to document progress.