D-Scan complete 100’s of 3D scanning projects per year for major contractors across the UK.

Here are just a handful of our recent projects.

Project: Interserve

D-Scan were required to undertake around 10 scans at various locations through Prince Charles Hospital in South Wales in order to establish the orientation and configuration of steel structures within various parts of the building.

Purpose was to enable the construction company to understand the structural integrity of the building as part of the process of planning new additions to the existing structure.

The scanning and reporting was completed within a few days of the initial enquiry after a single day on site with no disruption to existing workforce.

Project: Cundall

This project was undertaken at St John’s, Liverpool a major retail centre at the heart of the city centre.  In order to complete the project without causing any disturbance to the retail businesses and their clients, the work was undertaken out of hours at night.

The 3D scanning was of a large floor area to establish the size and configuration of the existing steel beams to provide accurate information to the structural engineers on the project, Cundall.

The construction to be undertaken was cladding of the exterior of the building for which accurate understanding of the structural integrity of the existing structure was required.

Project: Central London

D-Scan were commissioned to undertake 3D scanning on a major project in central London.  The building was due to receive exterior cladding as part of a major renovation by a global construction firm.

The project was to scan columns and floors over multiple levels of the existing structure.  Being an older building, the structural integrity was a major consideration in relation to the feasibility and approach to completing the renovation.

D-Scan completed their work on time, schedule and budget for this global contractor and blue chip company.

Project: Nantgaredig

D-Scan were hired to complete the challenging scanning job as part of the project to upgrade the pumping station. New pipework was required which was larger than the existing structure and it was necessary to identify what reinforcement would be required to ensure there was no damage to to the existing structure during the upgrade.

The job involved limited access to the areas which needed scanning and specialist harness equipment was utilised to gain access to the site.

A full health & safety assessment was carried out and the job was completed with a 3-4 days of the initial enquiry.