How to breathe new life into the old, decaying walls? Work on such an object should be properly planned. The basis is current architectural drawings, and so hard in a building that has been inactive for over a dozen years. The use of 3D scanning to reproduce 2D documentation of the real state of the object is the fastest and most accurate measuring technique.
That’s what we did in Wrocław. There is the Kaszarnia building, which is entered in the register of monuments on January 30, 2015, at number A / 5943 / 1-2. It was established at the beginning of the 20th century, it functioned for a long time as Różanka Mill, in later times the Malma pasta factory, and for several years completely excluded from industrial activity. Here, however, there will be changes. The facility will be revitalized and will have residential and service functions. The architectural documentation provided by us will serve as a basis for further development of the entire investment.
Within 5 days, we scanned the whole object with a FARO laser scanner, we made scans from 730 positions. The point cloud served as the basis for developing 2D drawings. With the help of a laser scanner and qualified staff, a detailed inventory of a large and complex object becomes a simple process.
Characteristics of the object:
- 6 floors;
- The usable area is 14 300 m2;
- Cubature 72 800 m3.
- detailed architectural inventory: floor plans, 6 sections, elevations with extensions;
- saving time – 5 days of measurements;
- minimizing costs;
- developing the most effective way of working.