If you’re working on expanding or renovating your current property, you must comply with seemingly countless building codes to ensure a functional, safe finished product. Fire safety is just one concern of many.
Unfortunately, the old method of referring to blueprints and other paper plans doesn’t provide the accurate, cost-effective solution you need. That’s where 3D laser scanning services come in. Highly accurate laser scanning captures every aspect of your existing building so the Kauffman Co. design team can work in a digital environment to plan the ideal fire protection system for your renovated space.
For fire protection design services in the Houston area using 3D laser scanning, please call Kauffman Co. today at 713-893-1090!
Kauffman Co. has the capability to perform 3D laser scanning for your existing Houston-area building. Depending on the size and scope of the project, scanning may take anywhere from a few hours to several days.
Once complete, the model is uploaded into a digital 3D modeling program so fire protection system planning can begin. The original scanned model is preserved and used as a comparison with the planned design. This aids in the design process and helps us come up with a seamless project proposal that’s sure to satisfy you.
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When it comes to renovation and retrofit work, having a comprehensive understanding of your building’s mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems is vital for the success of your project. With access to precise, laser-scanned images, we can get every detail of your fire protection system right, including:
Whether you’re on a tight deadline or simply want an affordable option for adding fire protection equipment to your retrofitted building, 3D laser scanning is the solution. For professional help planning, designing and installing your building’s fire protection system, please contact Kauffman Co. online or call us today at 713-893-1090.
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