Construction verification of the new Sarawak Museum
The new Sarawak Museum complex boast some impressive statistics – at 31,000 m2, it is Malaysia largest museum and the second largest in Southeast Asia. Topping this impressive structure is a dramatic gold arched roof which came with its share of complicated roofing works and renovations. UAS was engaged to perform construction verification of the distinctive roof installation. We employed a combination of photogrammetry, ground survey, and mobile laser scanning to create a 3D reconstruction of the complex and its roof. Controls were set using a total station around the premises and the tips of the roof structure.
Point Cloud model of Sarawak Museum
CAD Model of Sarawak Museum
Hardware used in this project includes the DJI Mavic 2 Pro, Paracosm PX-80, and Sokkia iM-55. As for software, we used Pix4Dmapper, Global Mapper, SketchUp with Undet, and Autodesk Civil3D to perform the final verification task.