3D Laser Scanning

3D Laser Scanning

What we provide

Highly accurate 3D digital scans reaching accuracies of 1-3mm. The collection rate of our scanners is 500,000 points per second allowing us to create quality point cloud datasets.


Key Contact

Ben Salvage MRICS C.Build E MCABE

Chartered Building Surveyor
Chartered Building Engineer

07515 441468

Blackacre Director - About Blackacre Chartered Building Surveyors

High-precision 3D Geospatial data of buildings, structures and external development sites. Our advanced technology and experienced professionals allow us to capture every detail of a building, creating point cloud data that can be used for a variety of purposes including architectural design, building restoration, BIM (Building Information Modeling) and 3D modeling, used for Right to Light and Daylight & Sunlight.

Our point cloud data is highly accurate and detailed, making it an ideal tool for construction and design professionals. Our team of experts uses the latest scanning equipment and techniques to ensure that every project is completed to the highest standards. We work closely with our clients to understand their specific needs and tailor our services to meet those requirements.

We are a professional 3D scanning company that specializes in building scans, point cloud data, and BIM services. We offer advanced 3D scanning solutions for architects, engineers, construction companies, and other professionals in need of accurate and detailed building data.

Whether you need a 3D scan for architectural design, building restoration, or even virtual reality, we have the expertise and technology to deliver the high-quality data you need. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you with your next project.

Our inhouse scanning equipment is able to produce an exact digital replica of a real life urban environment. The laser records millions of points within the local environment to produce ‘Point Cloud’ data which can then be used to produce 3D and 2D drawings for a range of different uses. This will often form the root data of our 3D modelling used for Right of Light and Daylight Sunlight.

As well as increasing turnaround times, this method is very accurate and will typically have an improved tolerance to that of a human.