LOCATION: Santa Ana, CA
HISTORY: The Santa Ana branch of the YMCA was organized in 1907 by E. E. Wilson and Warren Douglas. It operated in rented quarters until Ralph Smedley, appointed secretary in 1922, initiated a building campaign that culminated in the construction of this facility designed by Santa Ana’s premier architect, Frederick Eley. Incorporating a two large lobbies, a dining room, central patio, swimming pool, locker room, meeting rooms, and 83 dormitory rooms. This Spanish Colonial Revival style building is on the National Register of Historic Places
SCOPE: Survey & Document Existing Building.
PROCESS: Create multiple high definition scans of exterior, register to create complete shell. Create SLAM cloud of entire interior as well high def scans of select spaces. Register clouds to each other to create unified multi source cloud of entire building.
Utilize data to model entire building Revit
TECHNOLOGY: HDLS, SLAM, Tripod Mounted and Handheld Laser Range Finders. ReCap, Revit, SCENE, GeoSLAM, PKNail.