3D Laser Scanning for Civil Engineering

Truck strikes bridge, bending a crossbeam on the Nooksack River bridge at Guide Meridian in Lynden, WA. https://www.bellinghamherald.com/news/local/article101406247

Viewing the east beam’s surface data captured by our laser scanner.

Scan data isolated to separate the bridge (white) from it’s surroundings (magenta).

Viewing the beams and structural components of the bridge.


Structural sections that will need to be surface fitted.

Surface fitting the laser scan data Rhino3D.

Zoomed in view of scan data and fitted surfaces in Rhino3D.


This example of 3D laser scanning for civil engineering applications shows the range and detail provided by our scanners.