As building infrastructure and laboratory equipment age and begin to fail, facility owners and their tenants must replace oversized pieces of equipment required for daily operations. These pieces of equipment are often centrally located in a building and can only be accessed through tight corridors and narrow doorways. Facility owners and their tenants must overcome the monumental task of moving the often large, cumbersome, heavy equipment through a maze of different spaces while still maintaining daily operations.
Anticipating this challenging logistical task, Columbia used LiDAR scanning to create a 3D model of the anticipated pathway to install a new Autoclave for an esteemed life sciences company.
Through the use of the 3D model, Columbia provided the client with the following key benefits: