Photogrammetry is the method of producing 3D models of buildings, landscapes, artefacts and objects from photographs. In recent years this process has been used increasingly in the heritage and construction sectors to create rapid and detailed models for planning and recording a site both pre and post works. In the heritage sector, this has revolutionised the capture of sites which require the most detailed records and understanding, Scheduled Monuments and historic buildings. This greatly helps and speeds up the production of maintenance schedules, architectural planning and the on-site works where dismantling and rebuilding in required.
We employ the latest methods, equipment and software to undertake photogrammetric surveys to ensure we are always able to deliver accurate models on time and in the most accessible ways to our clients.
So far we have completed photogrammetric projects for heritage bodies such as Cadw and the Hafod Morfa Copperworks Project, as well as a number of architects, engineers and private clients.
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Llansteffan Castle, Carmarthenshire
A project for Cadw to rapidly record the elevations of the East Bastion to enable conservation works to be undertaken and to prepare a feasibility study for the installation of a viewing platform.
Pentre Ifan Dolmen, Pembrokeshire
Pentre Ifan Neolithic Monument, 3,500 BCE. Believed to have originally formed the core structure of a Neolithic burial chamber, with the earth mound severely eroded and destroyed by ploughing. Another theory suggests that the stones were a monument in themselves.
Careg y Bwci, Ceredigion
Careg y Bwci (CD156). Remains of a circular earthwork dating to the Bronze Age, circa 2300-800 BCE. Standing at a high point in the county, its location is thought to have beem reused as a signaling station by the Romans on Sarn Helen, the road immediately to the east of the monument.