3D laser scanning is fast, safe, and non-intrusive — minimizing or eliminating costly downtime.
Who are We?
We are a team of licensed surveyors, engineers, CAD/BIM veterans and field technicians focused on accuracy.
We employ the latest long-range 3D laser scanning equipment and practices to address unique project challenges with unmatched speed and precision.
Located in Cincinnati and Columbus, Ohio, Truescan3D has completed hundreds of projects in Alaska, California, Montana, North Dakota, Nebraska, Texas, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Oregon, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, New York, Alabama, Puerto Rico and counting.
David Cox, PS
David is responsible for leading all the operational and business related functions of Truescan3D. Utilizing his 35 years of experience in land surveying, David directs all aspects of our reality capture and building documentation services with an advanced understanding of control network geometry.
Kevin brings more than 20 years of experience in business development, project management and site design experience in the architecture and engineering consulting services industry. Among other duties, Kevin helps facilitate client relationships.
Brendan Welsh, PE, PS
As both a professional engineer and professional surveyor, Brendan understands the intricacies of a project from start to finish. As a project manager, Brendan is able to consider the big picture and ensure information is delivered quickly, accurately and within budget.
Jared graduated with a degree in Architecture and has since worked with hundreds of clients with various needs regarding long-range scanning, and other metrology services. He uses his knowledge of architecture to ensure the models created are accurate and user-friendly.
Tim has been involved with the 3D Laser Scanning since its inception at The Kleingers Group. His 11 years as a surveyor means he has years of experience collecting and analyzing data, giving him the additional experience and knowledge needed to complete projects accurately.
Richard Kent Patton
Kent has been working with 3D modeling since 2005, and brings experience gained with both civil engineering and architectural engineering firms to Truescan. His 3D laser scanning experience extends from architectural preservation, road models, and mechanical and plant facilities among others.
Marlon Rustand, LEED GA
Marlon, brings over 10 years of experience in the architectural industry to the Truescan3D team as a 3D Modeling Specialist. His experience and industry knowledge allows him to better communicate, translate, and document existing conditions to our AEC clients.
Kirk Kohlbrand, PS
Kirk is a licensed surveyor in Kentucky and has years of experience in a variety of complex environments. He has worked with Truescan3D for the past several years.
With more than 20 years of survey experience, Tom understands how to complete projects quickly and efficiently. He assists on-site with data acquisition and processing, survey control and safety.
Hardworking and driven to learn. Charlie has been working in the survey field for nearly seven years. He recently joined the Truescan team and is applying his survey experience in initial control and data collection processes.
Nik has been involved in 3D laser scanning for several years and brings that expertise to Truescan3D. Tapping into his survey experience, he uses his knowledge and skills to analyze and collect data ensuring project information is accurate every time.
Nathan joined The Kleingers Group in September 2015 as an inside Survey Technician. His survey experience allowed him to work with Truescan on projects at St Louis Barnes-Jewish Hospital and the Toledo Jeep Wrangler Paint Facility. Nathan spends his time working on a variety of projects with the survey department, handles most of the GIS requests and manages the GIS data for the West Chester Office.
Accurate to within a few millimeters, 3D laser scanning improves accuracy and reduces or eliminates oversights, clashes and material waste.
3D laser scanning data collection is fast and efficient, having minimal, if any, negative impact on performance schedules and seasons.
Beginning a new construction project with accurate, complete and reliable data has the potential to significantly compress project schedules. Documenting construction progress with 3D laser scanning can further reduce schedules, improve as-built quality and provide operational data to the facility owner/manager.
Roadway & Bridges
The safety of the field data collection team, as well as the traveling public, is greatly improved when data can be collected from safe distances versus temporary lane closures.
Architectural & Heritage
3D laser scanning is ideal for capturing existing conditions in buildings with limited record plans and spaces with complex, historic and decorative features.