Terrestrial Laser Scanning for the University of Melbourne

Overview The University of Melbourne undertook redevelopment work to its site. In particular, the Old Commerce Building was demolished. Due to its façade being of significant heritage value, it needed to be retained whilst the remainder of the building was demolished. It was imperative that the construction works did not cause any movement and potential […]

Terrestrial Laser Scanning and BIM for Royal Melbourne Hospital

Terrestrial Laser Scanning and BIM for Royal Melbourne Hospital The Overview An extension project was actioned for The Royal Melbourne Hospital (RMH) to increase its service capacity. This entailed adding four floors into the buildings facing Grattan Street, as well as two link-bridges connecting the hospital’s South to the new Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre. The […]

Melbourne City Baths

Laser Scanning to BIM: Melbourne City Baths Background The iconic Melbourne City Baths, which first opened in 1860, provides health and fitness facilities and maintains the largest swimming pool in the Melbourne CBD. Although it is a beautiful building, it is showing its age. In response to the need to pro-actively manage the site, the […]