The 3D Historic Building Information Management (HBIM) approach used at the Moseley Homestead includes the work with Architects to produce highly accurate measured drawings and condition documentation of all extant structures and their environmental setting.
Having an updated and accurate set of architectural documents for the property is critical to forensically analyzing change and integrity of the site and structures. These measured drawings and 3D models are foundational for the long-term planning and preservation of the site. Drawings were derived from the 3D laser scanning data collected, with production of detail to within millimeter precision across all the structures at the Moseley Homestead. Laser scanning allows for the more holistic development of CAD products, providing measured surfaces for features very rapidly and with resolution and data density not possible using hand measuring methods.