At Scan Hub, we are pioneers in delivering high-quality 3D laser scanning and measurement services across Western Australia. Our expertise in the field of construction scan in WA ensures that we capture environments and objects with remarkable efficiency and accuracy. Utilizing the latest laser scanning technologies and advanced software, we transform physical realities into precise 3D digital landscapes. The scope of our 3D construction scan in WA spans a wide array of sectors including construction, civil engineering, heritage conservation, marine, mining, manufacturing, architecture, utilities, insurance, cladding, facades, and waste and water treatment infrastructure. Our services are indispensable for projects requiring detailed and accurate data, whether it’s for measurement, modelling, or analysis.

Only at Scan Hub you’ll find a skilled team that employs 3D laser scanning to capture millions of 3D points within minutes, creating point clouds with millimetre precision; making us stand out from any other business specialised in construction scan in WA. This data can be converted into mesh files or directly imported into most CAD tools, facilitating a variety of applications. We cater to the needs of commercial, domestic, industrial, marine, engineering, civil, and heritage projects, providing critical data for manufacturing, reverse engineering, and beyond.

Here are some of the professional services we offer:

  • Site Measurement Scanning: Essential for engineers, architects, and designers.
  • Cladding and Facade Scanning: Accurate measurements for exterior building elements.
  • Reverse Engineering: Converting objects and sites into precise CAD models.
  • 3D Product Inspection and Measurement: Ensuring quality and precision in manufacturing.
  • Structural Deformation Measurement: Detecting and analysing structural integrity issues.
  • Infrastructure Scanning: Supporting maintenance and refurbishment of plants and buildings.

Our services for construction scan in WA are particularly beneficial for verifying as-built conditions against plans and integrating construction progress into Building Information Modelling (BIM). This approach enhances project accuracy, efficiency, and eliminates the need for time-consuming manual surveys.