[Guide] Matterport for Construction Documentation
Scan with Matterport on the Job Site
Documentation is a critical for any new construction project. Stakeholders such as the general contractor and the owner need documentation to verify construction is being performed to standards and according to design. Verification based on good documentation lowers the amount of rework due to error. Finally, when the building is complete the facility manager can review documentation to find critical maintenance information and save them valuable time and money.
Matterport is an ideal solution for construction documentation. A Matterport Space offers an immersive and interactive 3D experience that’s easier to manage than thousands of 2D photos. Key features for the construction industry include:
- Take measurements from the 3D Space with 99% accuracy
- Export point clouds, floor plans, and reflected ceiling plans to CAD/BIM programs such as AutoCAD and Revit
- Tag the 3D Space to create visual punch lists and operation manuals
- Link to specific spots in the 3D Space to communicate to stakeholders exactly where the problem is
This guide is meant for those who are intending to use Matterport for this specific use case. Included are sample workflows and lots of tips intended for construction firms. We've also included lots of links to existing Matterport help content and help content from third parties.
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Guide: Matterport for Construction Documentation
In this free guide, you'll learn about:
- How to plan your path, basic scanning tips, scanning outside, and scanning around others
- Lots of real examplesof Matterport used to scan objects and areas with heavy occlusion for BIM (building information modeling).
- How to take 3D measurements -- that are up to 99% accurate, even by those who don't have a Matterport account.
- How to create a visual punchlist -- document what still needs to be done, including how to link to external project management systems such as Procore.
- How to manage your privacy with collaborators -- depending on your security requirements, you can choose from either a light level of security or a more locked-down version.
- How to download the point cloud or OBJ file and import into Revit, AutoCad, and Navisworks
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