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3D LASER Scanning & BIM Data Capture

EpicVizion is here to serve all of your LASER 3D scanning needs.

A talented group of engineers, architects and CAD Designers/Technicians have mastered the technology for converting 3D laser scanner point clouds into Building Information Modeling (BIM). Highly detailed 3D models to support the planning and design needs of any project. Having precise data helps plan for projects without the expense and worry of unknown interference and conflicts. We help our clients increase efficiency, save on expenses and work hours, and most of all, we make work more safe.


  • Point Cloud Data (Raw Data) $200+

  • 2D CAD Drawings $400+

  • 3D Non-Intelligent Models $500+

  • 3D BIM Models $600+

  • TruView - Included

Modeling Software: Autodesk Recap, Autodesk Revit, Autodesk 3DS Max, Autodesk Autocad Civil 3D, Leica Cyclone

A wide range of clients and industries have benefited from EpicVizion LASER scanning services.


  • Architects

  • Asset Managers

  • Contractors

  • Designers

  • Developers

  • Electrical Engineers

  • Estimators

  • Facility Owners

  • Historical Preservationists

  • Mechanical Engineers

  • Project Managers

  • Plumbing Engineers

  • Sub-contractors

  • Structural Engineers

  • 3D Gamers and Software Developers

  • Residential Sites

  • Schools and Universities


  • Architectural Historical Documentation

  • Chemical and Petrochemical Plants

  • Commercial Sites

  • Construction

  • Health Care

  • Industrial Facilities

  • Manufacturing and Assembly Facilities

  • Office Buildings

  • Overhead Clearances

  • Process Plants

  • Power Plants

  • Pharmaceutical

  • Refineries

  • Telecommunications

  • Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants

  • 3D Gaming and Software Development

  • Stadiums, Arenas and Theaters


A BIM file is an information-rich collection of data that can be accessed and collaborated on by different

stakeholders — from the design team to contractors, construction engineers, and owners. The implementation of BIM (building information modeling) can save time and money, provide realistic models at every step of a project’s life-cycle, and be used to make presentations to people who might not have specialist architectural or design-based knowledge.

  • Faster and more efficient processes: the information are shared more easily, they are able to be an added value and can be used once more;

  • Better design: the project’s proposals can be rationally analysed, simulations and benchmark performances can be executed in a faster way, allowing innovative and better solutions;

  • Cost control of the life cycle of the project and of the environmental data: the environmental accomplishment is predictable, the overall costs are better analysed;

  • Automatized assembly: the digital information of the product can be manipulate in the downstream processes, in the productive process within the organization, and can be used for the production and the assembly of the structural system;

  • Better service to the client: the proposals can be better understood through a more detailed and accurate visualization and maintenance;

  • Life-cycle data: information on requirements, design, building and maintenance can be used for facility management

  • Conflict resolution: potential conflicts can be foreseen in advance and, in this way, anticipated so that changes to the project and drawing can be made before the start of it.

  • Adjust costs as changes occur: the system allows the calculation and estimation of costs, especially to those that might result in a change in the anticipated project. The change will not just be related to the drawing but also it will renew the schedules and estimates.

  • Speed up design and construction process: BIM has the ability to speed up the processes, in fact, sophisticated design and projects require time and also a fast architect needs more time that what a software can do. The program can fasten the advancement of the drawings of the project.

  • Reduction in ultimate costs: thanks to the ability of reducing time for construction, developing particular costs for changes and managing in advance the cost of changes.

  • Single entry: information needs to be inserted only once, after the first input it will be available at any time. Moreover, any time a variable is changed the editing are automatically imported to the relative factors, in this way, once again a change or information only needs to be input once.

  • Alternates: considering the easy way of making a change in the system, owners are able to ask for more than a single scenario and alternative to have a complete overview of the change in costs derived from change in factors.

  • Design optimization: as previously mentioned, for a detailed and outstanding design an architect need to work for long time, with the software instead such a result is achieved easily and faster.

  • Conflict identification and resolution: this is a good opportunity to identify and clarify locations for running of different procedures. The sole limit is that the owner must perform the system in the exact location.

  • Construct-ability: from the small picture to the bigger one, it is possible to see how the details are assembled in the overall building.

  • Construction sequencing and scheduling: the modification and editing of the project are all gather together, this will allow to always have a complete overview of the phase of the construction. Moreover, viewing the BIM in 4D will be useful to maintain the construction project schedule.

  • Life cycle evaluation: if after the construction any editing are willing to be made, this will turned to be easier because of the information collected in the system. For example, energy calculations can be run using the data of the building.

  • Operation simulations: through the software many kind of simulations can be carried out, they can energize the model to show exhibit and how the model would be in different situations. Interoperability is a great component of BIM software.

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