Use Case

Checking Building Wall Thicknesses

Maintaining the correct wall thicknesses is essential on construction sites. They ensure the structural integrity and stability of the building. Verification can identify potential weaknesses or deviations from the planning documents that could lead to structural problems or even collapse. Construction projects must therefore adhere to certain standards and regulations, including minimum wall thickness requirements.

Checking wall thicknesses is also important from an insurance and liability perspective. If damage occurs due to inadequate wall thickness or poor construction, this can lead to legal consequences and financial losses. Regular inspections can minimize potential risks and improve legal protection.

Overall, checking wall thicknesses on construction sites is crucial to ensure the structural integrity, safety, quality and longevity of the building, as well as meeting legal and insurance requirements.

Features used:

  • Deviation analysis
  • Measurements
  • Points of Interests
  • Structuring (topology)