As specialists in 3D laser scanning, modelling, and measurement, Scan Hub offers top-tier services tailored to a wide range of clients and projects and that applies to our superior construction scanning solutions. Our expertise in construction scanning ensures cost-effective and precise 3D laser measurement and modelling for various sectors, including architectural, civil, structural, industrial, and heritage sites. Whether you need detailed scans of marine hulls, elevator shafts, building facades, or tunnels, our construction scanning capabilities cover everything in the built environment. Creating as-builts has never been easier or more accurate than with our advanced construction scanning technology.

At Scan Hub, we use state-of-the-art laser scanning equipment to capture comprehensive data on building structures, process plants, and civil works. This data is then processed into point cloud files, which serve as the foundation for detailed deliverables for architects, designers, engineers, and contractors. Our construction scanning services cater to a broad spectrum of industries, including mining, civil engineering, architecture, marine, and manufacturing. We are proud to be an Australian-owned company that delivers quality work with a quick turnaround. Our experienced operators use high-precision laser equipment to ensure millimetre accuracy, providing reliable and fast results for all projects that need construction scanning solutions.

At Scan Hub, we offer a complete scan-to-CAD process, transforming point cloud data into 3D CAD models. Our skilled team excels in deformation analysis and new design clash analysis, utilising a wide range of CAD tools. This end-to-end service is particularly beneficial for reducing costs, risks, and errors in site measurement surveys. With over 20 years of experience managing complex projects across Australia, Scan Hub is committed to accurate project scoping, competitive pricing, and on-time delivery. We provide construction scanning services that enhance efficiency and accuracy, supporting the verification of as-built conditions against plans and integrating construction progress into BIM.