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3D Scanning Services

At Rigsbee Engineering, we leverage state-of-the-art 3D scanning technology to capture accurate, comprehensive, and detailed images of buildings, large facilities, and fire scenes. This high-tech service is valuable for architects, engineers, and forensic investigators, providing them with detailed data that significantly enhances their ability to design, analyze, and investigate.

Our team utilizes a range of 3D scanning technologies to ensure precise results for all our clients, whether you need architectural and engineering scans, forensic analysis, or a CAD model of a building or facility. We adhere to stringent quality control standards and ensure on-time delivery for every project. Our focus is not just on providing exceptional 3D scanning services but also on ensuring client satisfaction at every step. Through our advanced 3D scanning services, we offer you the tools to make your architectural, engineering, construction, and investigation projects more efficient, cost-effective, and accurate. 

Leica scanner

Arichitecture & Engineering


Used for capturing as-built measurements of large buildings or facilities, our long-range 3D scanners can capture an entire facility within hours, with an accuracy that is unprecedented in traditional measurement methods. This capability allow us to create as-built models at any level of detail, saving architects and engineers considerable time and effort.

Through our “scan-to-BIM” process, we can quickly create high-quality, fully implemented models that can be utilized to perform simulations, analyze structural characteristics, and much more.

3D laser scanning has a transformative impact on forensic investigations, particularly in the context of fire scenes. The technology allows investigators to document burn patterns and the fire's effects on the area of origin and unaffected spaces in an accurate and detailed manner.

Through our scanning services, we create virtual renditions of the scene, enabling investigators to strategically position objects and use proprietary software to process raw data. This process helps investigators pinpoint the origin and spread of fires, even in scenarios where traditional investigation methods fall short.

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