Region was recently awarded a LiDar scan project for a highway bridge in Los Angeles, California!! The bridge is scheduled to be scanned in August. Check back for photos soon!!
Region also just recently completed a structural analysis/foundation repair project for the State of Utah DFCM!!
Region is a client-driven civil engineering/land surveying consulting firm located in Orem, Utah. We specialize in providing the highest quality engineering design, land survey, planning, landscape and construction document preparation services for residential, commercial and municipal projects of all sizes.
Today, we stand ready to address all of the engineering and consulting needs of our clients. We take great pride in our ability to proactively assist our clients in achieving their success.
Region is committed to identifying and understanding the individual needs of each project, and being adaptable enough to serve them. Whether your project demands a unique approach to a conventional challenge, requires an expedited schedule, or calls for complex inter-agency coordination, Region will provide you with what you need to successfully complete your project.
One of the brightest spots in geospatial technologies is the continuous development of 3D laser scanning.
The world as we know it today is evolving from 2D to 3D. Industries and users who traditionally work with two-dimensional plans and schematic diagrams are increasingly discovering the advantages of three-dimensional planning and documentation tools. With the continuous advancements in 3D software programs, the FARO Focus3D provides instantaneous high resolution imagery with extreme clarity and full color.
Whether it is laser scanning for accident reconstruction, as-built documentation, crime scene & forensic investigation, inspection/reverse engineering, power & process, surveying or tunnel & mining – 3D documentation by means of laser scanners offers significant advantages compared with any conventional measuring method.
Let Region take a look at your next project and we will tell you if we think laser scanning would be appropriate.