Brandon Walker, Midwestern Consulting and Brandon Friske, Quinn Evans Architects have been invited by the Michigan Historic Preservation Network to speak at the Thirty-First Annual Statewide Preservation Conference at Saugatuck Center for the Arts. We will be presenting, “High Definition Survey and the Benefits to Historic Preservation and Heritage Projects.”
The promo blurb lists, “High Definition Scanning is a photographic-like process using a laser to record objects. The data converts into a 3D digital data set know as a point cloud, a to-scale replica of the object providing three-dimensional computer visualization and manipulation. Patterns and irregularities can be recorded for an entire historic district or a crack in the cornice. Learn the capabilities of HDS through case studies – illustrated with very cool images.”
We will be highlighting several projects including the Lansing Power Plant, EMU Pease Auditorium, Hurlbut Gate, Culpepper National Cemetery (Culpepper, Virginia) and Quapaw Bathhouse (Hot Springs, Arkansas).