The WA Museum Boola Bardip integrates a new state-of-the-art building with the Museum’s existing heritage buildings to create contemporary and innovative visitor experiences. The new Museum is almost four times bigger than the old museum featuring nearly 7,000 square metres of galleries, including an additional thousand square metres for blockbuster exhibitions as well as dynamic and activated public spaces.
To update the final Building Information Model (BIM) for client Multiplex, Veris performed 3D laser scanning of building services and internals to deliver a survey accurate Point Cloud and 3D model.
The full scope of Veris services included:
- Terrestrial Laser Scanning
- Survey Control
- Development of Revit and 3D CAD model
- Development of Point Cloud.
3D laser scanning of all internals of the Museum included the iconic 24-metre Blue Whale skeleton named Otto – the new centrepiece display suspended in a dynamic ‘lunge-feeding’ pose.