Co-Ordinated Surveys scan the Marble Church with their high definition laser scanner

04-04-2014 Back

The CS office in Llandudno is located approximately 17 miles from the Marble Church in Bodelwyddan. We pass it frequently and admire its beauty and we wanted to give you the opportunity to see its splendor inside and out.
The data was gathered with one of CS high definition lasers scanner and we collected a total of 1,311,919,327 points.
St Margaret’s Church, commonly known as the Marble Church, was built in 1856 – 1860. The church tower stands at 62 meters high and is a prominent landmark in the lower Vale of Clwyd in Denbighshire, Wales. The Church is visible for many miles and it lies just off the A55 trunk road.
The church was designed by John Gibson. He had studied with Sir Charles Barry, who rebuilt the Houses of Parliament after a fire in 1834 and whose architectural style was highly decorative. This influence is to be seen in the ornate Gothic carvings, which decorate the Marble Church’s exterior. The interior features several kinds of marble, from Ireland, England, France and Italy. The Victorian stained-glass windows are also notable.

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Note: these are not photographs. They are colourised, dimensionally correct high definition 3D point clouds from which we can deduce 2D and 3D sections, plans and drawings.
Until next time.
All the best the CS team.