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BIM for existing buildings?

BIM can be used starting from the point cloud for a refund of the existing best
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It seems that this BIM (acronym for Building Information Modeling) is becoming increasingly popular.
As mentioned in the previous article, the new design method is to create a unique model that contains information about the types of materials, plant facilities etc ...
It 'so easy enough, in the case of new construction, derive these data to be included in the BIM model.
But how to behave in the case of existing buildings?
Starting from a point cloud survey performed with a 3D laser scanner, through a series of intermediate steps of cleansing and transformation of the point cloud, you can import the file in the BIM software (Revit, Allplan, VectorWorks ...) and create a model only one that will be much more precise and complete simple 2D drawings. Then it will go to the second stage that is the new project: you can evaluate in a very specific intervention (architectural, structural, plant ...) most appropriate to the building in question.
The design world is changing faster than expected!
It seems that this BIM (acronym for Building Information Modeling) is becoming increasingly popular.As mentioned in the previous article, the new design method is to create a unique model that contains information about the types of materials, plant facilities etc ...

It 'so easy enough, in the case of new construction, derive these data to be included in the BIM model.

But how to behave in the case of existing buildings?Starting from a point cloud survey performed with a 3D laser scanner, through a series of intermediate steps of cleansing and transformation of the point cloud, you can import the file in the BIM software (Revit, Allplan, VectorWorks ...) and create a model only one that will be much more precise and complete simple 2D drawings.
Then it will go to the second stage that is the new project: you can evaluate in a very specific intervention (architectural, structural, plant ...) most appropriate to the building in question.

The design world is changing faster than expected!

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