Onsite Technology

Regardless of the project stage or type, there are always some critical gaps. But with our onsite technology services, clients will obtain the clarity they need to complete their projects seamlessly. By establishing a streamlined process, VEC’s specialists can effectively assess the existing site conditions, identify potential issues or risks, recommend solutions, and work collaboratively with your team. Since there is a strong connection between construction and technology, we leverage the advantages of our onsite tech services to increase your project efficiency.


Trimble Layout

Because of the increase in implementing BIM coordination on projects, it becomes reasonable to utilize new technologies to support layout for installation. Although traditional methods remain effective, our customized Trimble layout tool offers a more accurate and precise way to correctly lay out points in the field. That improves construction schedules and allows for project savings.

3D Laser Scanning

Experience the most precise models with our state-of-the-art 3D laser scanning services. Unlike traditional methods, a digital laser scanner captures details, ensuring even millimeter accuracy. This technology allows for measuring the building components’ length, width, and height and analyzing their connection. Laser scanning services are crucial for a project as they help complete it on time, within budget, and eliminate the need for rework. 

Construction projects often need accurate detail of current space conditions. Using 3D building scanning enables our team to capture the existing situation in a non-destructive manner. Since we understand the purpose of such data collection, we can strategically move through a space to fulfill your project requirements.

Scan to BIM

The data collected during 3D building scanning is derived from millions of points that modern devices generate. These 3D point clouds cover the precise geometry of all components within the facility and create a relevant digital replication of what human eyes see. When scanning to BIM, these point clouds are transformed into accurate models reflecting what has exactly been constructed and bringing all information necessary for as-built or renovation purposes.

Although the scan to BIM process is advantageous, it is pretty extensive. Thus, not everyone can perform it efficiently. Fortunately, VEC has an experienced team that correctly understands accuracy requirements and converts point clouds into robust 3D models you may use during the design or construction coordination process.
With great attention to detail and a focus on quality, our scan to BIM models can confidently be considered as-built models.


Labeling is a feature of giving names to the project’s components. Traditionally, they are made with pieces of adhesive tape and markers, but we find this approach outdated. That’s why we developed a unique system to make your project more effective.

We print labels for conduits and boxes, which helps simplify construction work, avoid confusion, reduce the risk of human error, and guarantee that different system parts are connected correctly.

Colored conduit and box labels on the construction field allow for quickly identifying the service type of elements — our team designs them to contain more information than typical handwritten stickers. So, there is no need to refer to additional sources, since wire pull data and conduit length are on the spot.

360° Photo/Video Documentation

Documentation on any job site has its challenges. Proper photo/video documentation provides a valuable virtual walkthrough. With 360° technology, we can capture the existing conditions and construction progress more quickly and efficiently. We can simultaneously deploy the right technology for the job by assessing the current situation — whether walking the site or flying it using drones.

Are you considering utilizing BIM & VDC services for your construction project? Let’s discuss how VEC can help you build better.
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