Optim Project Management brings 3D building scanning technology into your projects

Optim Project Management brings 3D building scanning technology into your projects

The demand for laser scanning is increasing in the construction industry and is expected to grow by $10 billion by 2024. 3D capture of buildings and construction sites allows facility owners and construction project managers to create an accurate documentation and 3D visualization of existing buildings and their conditions, to track the progress of construction and quality inspection of newly constructed projects. It saves the time and cost used for manual measurements and increases safety conditions when working in unsafe locations.

Laser scanning is a process of capturing precise, three-dimensional information from a real-world object, using a laser as a light source. By projecting laser light into the object, the scanner creates point clouds – XYZ points that define the object’s position in space. Across a project’s lifecycle, 3D scanning is a starting point, to capture detailed information to kick off the project. When it comes to construction coordination, this is a great tool in avoiding conflicts between different systems and in remote coordination between parties in terms of data sharing. Because 3D building scanners capture a very high level of detail, this helps create a permanent as-built record, that can prove very useful in building operations, renovations and future building additions or demolitions.

Moving into a variety of markets, 3D building scanning technology brings great benefits to the constructions industry:

  • Speed and efficiency
  • Accuracy
  • Non-contact
  • Reduced exposure to risks
  • Immediate information
  • Improved communication
  • Design validation
  • Progress evaluation
  • Quality control
  • Cut costs
  • Coordination and collaboration on site

Operating in Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia, our experienced team uses 3D building scanning technology for your construction projects. Alongside our 3D laser scanning, we offer services that cover the entire lifecycle of your project:

  • Technical Due Diligence
  • Site Surveys, Topographic and Geotechnical Studies
  • General Design and Permitting
  • Design Management
  • EPCM
  • Cost & Commercial Management
  • Contractor Procurement
  • Project Management
  • Construction Management
  • Site Inspection
  • Health and Safety Coordination
  • Project Monitoring
  • Energy Modelling
  • Building Systems Commissioning
  • Claim Management

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