Hartland Point Lighthouse is a Grade II listed building built in 1973, located at Hartland Point in Devon. Prior to the tower becoming automated in 1984, the lighthouse, steeped in history, had served as accommodation for four keepers and their families.
Our client, Philip Price Surveyors, needed a 3D model of an area of the lighthouse as part of a project to replace an existing staircase.
We began by using the supplied point cloud scans of the lighthouse before creating a 3D architectural model in Revit. This model provided the surveyors and architect with all of the necessary information for planning and delivering the project.
The accuracy of our Point Cloud Scanning services and 3D models decreased risk within the project and led to the successful completion of the staircase replacement in this now regenerated, privately owned home
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