Laser Scanning and Modeling Pricing and Costs

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Small Projects: $1,000 to $3,000
A small building that doesn’t require a very high level of accuracy, like a fast food restaurant or a gas station, can typically be scanned in one day.
Medium Projects: $3,000 to $10,000
Many projects fall in this range. To capture all the piping and machinery in an industrial facility, more than one day of scanning is needed. If the scans will be used to design pre-fabricated material designed to fit in a specific place, greater accuracy is needed.
Large Projects: $10,000+
Of course most expensive, are highly complex campuses that have multiple buildings, or very large buildings or structures. Examples might include a hospital campus, large manufacturing facility or entire shopping mall. Some of these sites require very high levels of accuracy.
Small Project: $1,000 to $4,000
For many small simple projects -such as residential homes, gas stations or fast food restaurants - the cost of modeling is comparable to the cost of scanning.
Medium Project: $4,000 to $20,000
The cost of modeling rises as the level of detail rises. Many projects fall in this range. Even a simple model of a 10-story building can be accomplished under $20,000, but will rise if a greater level of detail is needed.
Large Project: $20,000+
Very complex or large spaces will fit within this range. A 10-story historic building that requires fine levels of detailing to the exterior, finishes, interior casework and MEP equipment might cost about $40,000. A large campus with multiple buildings will also be more costly.