Tudor Place – Historic Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
As part of an ongoing preservation and restoration plan, the U.S. Tudor Place Foundation contracted us to create a digital record of the building. The resulting laser scan database and architectural drawings were placed in the CyArk 3D Heritage Archive.
Overlooking the Potomac River, Tudor Place (built in 1805) was the home of Thomas Peter, son of the first mayor of Georgetown, and his wife Martha Custis, granddaughter of Martha Washington. The architect, William Thornton, was self-taught and also has the original design of the United States Capitol and The Octagon to his credit. Tudor Place is recognized as an outstanding early example of American neoclassical architecture.
GREAT LAKES GEOMATICS can support your project with complete land surveying, laser scanning services, and UAV (drone) services.
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