Unusual design with an interesting history – Warsaw Rotunda, is resurrected for the second time. Built in 1966 as the building of the PKO BP bank. On February 15, 1979, a huge tragedy occurred, a gas explosion consumed 49 victims, the structure was destroyed. However, in the same year you could admire the rebuilt Rotunda. Work is underway to build New Rotunda. The previous building was demolished, leaving only the girders of the roof and the central element in the form of an umbrella, which will become part of the New Rotunda.
Complicated roof construction requires precise measurement methods. The ideal solution is therefore laser scanning. We measured the ceiling to make it easier for the constructors to design an appropriate roof slope. The sheet to be covered with the ceiling can not be shaped directly on the structure, because then it loses its properties. It must be properly adapted to the object before assembly. The correct result cannot be obtained without detailed mapping of the ceiling surface. The point cloud from scanning meets the above requirements.
- time saving: spatial measurement done in just a few hours – incomparable time with traditional methods;
- presentation of the actual, exact geometry of the object: accuracy of measurement +/- 5 mm;
- minimization of costs by designing modernization works based on a virtual object, thus eliminating the risk of project collision with the actual state of the object.