The Hotel consists of four buildings that are in contact and intertwined to form a single whole. The particular difficulty of the Project was that the plot has a particular altitude difference and many small and complicated spaces. In each of the hotel’s 150 rooms, 6 stops of the Terrestrial Laser Scanner were required, as there were obstacles (furniture and objects) in the area.
Then, the information from each scan was combined into a single point cloud (cloud of points) with the process of registration and with this cloud 2D drawings with architectural details were produced. The level of detail in the plans (LOD) was according to the needs of the team of researchers (Architects, Architects, Engineers) working on the reconstruction, and was adapted to the requirements of each area. A 3D BIM model was finally produced from the drawing production process.
As Built Documentation of the Hotel:
- As-Built Architectural Plans, Elevations and Sections
- As-Built Drawings Wood Formwork
- 3D Virtual Tour
- BIM ready model
- Compilation of a topographic plan for the issuance of the building permit