Laa an der Thaya mill

The old mill in Laa an der Thaya, Austria, whose foundation walls date back to the 16th century, will be revitalized and reused after a change in ownership. To create a basis for the planning phase and the historic building research required in advance, the landmarked ensemble was measured in 3D without gaps and a complete plan record of floor plans, sections and views was created. The detail level of contour display "E" according to ÖNORM A6250-2 was extended by a few elements when doing so.

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Picture of the mill in Laa an der Thaya.

Mill, Laa an der Thaya  | AT © Lisa Maria Gerstenbauer

Bogensberger Vermessung Architektur Kulturgut Muehle Laa Projektbild 3

Section - mill, Laa an der Thaya | AT

Picture of the mill in Laa an der Thaya.

Ground floor - mill, Laa an der Thaya I AT © Lisa Maria Gerstenbauer


  • Field of business: Architectural and cultural heritage surveying
  • Location: Laa an der Thaya | AT
  • Project period: 2017/18
  • Client: Jungbunzlauer Austria AG
  • Points: 300
  • Scanner: Faro Focus X130
  • Usable building area: About 2,700 m2
  • Employees on site: 3
  • Recording time: 25 h


  • Connection to the higher-level measuring network (cadastre / GK M34 and altitude via Adria)
  • Surveying using tachymetrically-supported laser scanning technique
  • Recording density according to ÖNORM A6250-2: Level "F"
  • 2D CAD modelling according to ÖNORM A6250-2, display density "E" + optional elements according to standard
  • Location and altitude plan

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