Preserving U.S. history one laser point at a time

The iconic Octagon in Washington D.C., a 220-year-old three-story brick structure serves as the headquarters of the Architects Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the American Institute of Architects. To keep the Octagon operating in top condition, the AIA has assembled an elite team of skilled investigators, using state-of-the-art technology such as laser scanning, to capture as-built conditions of this historic structure and create an accurate permanent record that can be consulted any time the building needs repairs.  

 
Previous Article
Incident documentation: Laser Scanner vs conventional measurement
Incident documentation: Laser Scanner vs conventional measurement

This paper provides field investigators with a comparison between the quality of data, on-scene time and ti...

Next Material
The magic of one-and-done measurements
The magic of one-and-done measurements

This acclaimed Montana design firm simplifies project workflow with laser scanning certainty.

×

Request a FREE Software Trial Now!

First Name
Last Name
Company
Country
State or Province
Zip or Postal Code
Primary Software Interest
Primary Goal
GLOBAL_Opt-In
See email for access key (if applicable)
Error - something went wrong!