What We Do

Our Point Cloud Modelers import the Scanned Point Cloud Data into tools like Autodesk Revit for creating information rich 3D Models. These digital twins can be used for Design Validation, Progress Monitoring, As-Built Documentation, Demolition & Renovation Planning, Quantity Takeoff, Budget Estimation etc.

We provide Scan to BIM services for industries like oil & gas, bridges, tunnels, metro stations, historical buildings, commercial & residential buildings etc.

Our Scan to BIM Services

Point Cloud to Architectural Models

Create 3d Revit models for floors, roof, ceilings, curtain wall, windows, furniture etc.

Point Cloud to MEP Models

Create 3d Revit models for ducts, pipes, cable trays, mechanical and electrical equipment, light fixtures, plumbing fixtures etc.

Point Cloud to Structural Models

Create 3d Revit models for columns, beams, steel supports, base plates, stairs, balustrades etc.

Point Cloud to Infrastructure Models

Create 3d Revit models for earthwork, landscape, bridges, industrial plants etc.

What We Deliver

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We have expertise team who are capable of working in projects ranging from industrial to small scale residential projects, and on projects where the scan data is of low quality and in cases where scan files exceeds more than 100 GB. Our teams has got the engineering mindset and know-how of the construction methods makes it possible to restructure missing details based on assumptions or from reference images.

Our Point Cloud Modeling deliverables include the following:

Convert Point Cloud to 3D Revit Models with +/- 10 mm accuracy

Scan to BIM Use Cases

We have worked with Point Cloud inputs from different laser scanners, including Trimble, Leica Geosystems, Faro, Matterport and Reigl scanners, to develop information rich 3d Revit Models (*.rvt). We are familiar with the conversion of *.fls, e57, *.pcg, *.obj, *.laz, *.rcs and *.ptg file types into a Revit-ready format.

Our team is proficient in developing 3d models of scanned data received from Aerial Scanners using Drones, historical monuments restoration and, infrastructure projects etc.

Scan to BIM Services

Digital Delivery of a Residential Project

Who Benefits

Scan to BIM Services



Contractors & Fabricators

Asset Managers

Benefits of Point Cloud to BIM

Using BIM process allows the survey data to be transformed into 3D models in the real world. The 3D models have significant advantages at every step of a construction project, starting from the initial concept to the final handing over stage.

Laser Scanning and the different types of Laser Scanners

Lear more about the brief history of laser scanning and the different types of laser scanners available in the market based on the technology used. 

Our Capabilities

Better Quality Assurance

The Point Cloud Data generated from Laser Scan can be used to compare the planned schedule and project progress without even undergoing a site inspection.

Better Building Analysis

Availability of the Digital Twins of existing model brings the capability to conduct various analysis. The underlying problems which cannot be seen through a naked eye can be easily identified from a digital model.

Better Planning

Adopting a Scan to BIM Workflow can minimize errors when planning for extensions or renovation due to the availability of the existing building structure in the digital format.

Better Cost Control

The use of Scan to BIM methodology can reduce the surveying cost when compared to traditional methods. It’s considered as the most efficient and time saving method in delivering the As-built documentation.

FAQ - Point Cloud Modeling

Scan to BIM or Point Cloud to BIM can be referred to as the process of converting point cloud data from a laser scanner to a 3d digital model to be used for design, progress monitoring, retrofit, asset management etc.

We use Autodesk Revit Software for developing 3d geometrical models from point cloud data. We are also familiar with tools like Cloud Compare, Autodesk Recap etc. to convert point cloud input file format received from various laser scanners to a Revit compatibility format.

Our cost of a project depends upon the scope of work involved, size of a project and the level of detail required. Contact us to discuss your requirements, and we will be able to provide you with an accurate price.

We usually operate on a one (1) week lead time basis, however if you have any urgent requirements we shall assist you in the best possible way.