MMA Consulting Engineers completed a high definition 3D laser and photographic survey of all internal and external areas of the Museum Building at Trinity College Dublin.
The Museum Building, built in the 1850s, is regarded as one of the finest and most influential examples of Victorian architecture.
The laser scan survey was used by Trinity College for ongoing maintenance and conservation works for the building.
The survey was also used by the “Making Victorian Dublin” research project to study the materials, craftsmanship and history of the Museum Building.
Protected Building, Dublin
Scan to BIM
MMA Consulting Engineers completed a high definition 3D laser survey of a protected historic building and site on the quays in Dublin city centre which was being converted into a 160 Bedroom Aparthotel.
The captured 3D laser scan point cloud was converted into a 3D Building Information Model.
The accuracy of the generated Building Information Model was validated using BIM & Scan AutoCorr™ cloud-based validation software. This ensured the required tolerances for the generated Building Information Model were achieved.
This Building Information Model was used as a basis for the design of the new Aparthotel on the site
Skerries & Drumanagh Martello Towers
Laser Scan Survey
MMA Consulting Engineers completed a high definition 3D laser scan, photographic and topographic survey of the Skerries, Red Island Martello tower and the Drumanagh, Loughshinny Martello tower.
The captured survey data was used to produce 3D and 2D model and drawing deliverables for Fingal County Council.
The survey deliverables will be used by Fingal County Council for proposed works to restore and stabilise the Martello towers.