The expertise we offer is a result of combined careers spanning over 80 years in the architectural and heritage sector. The progression from creation and care of our cultural heritage to the documentation was a natural evolution.
The experience as stonemasons and architectural technicians allows us to approach projects with a level of detail and understanding that can only be gained through hands on experience. It is the combination of a solid foundation in traditional techniques and always being open to embracing the latest technology that allows us to collect, process and communicate data in a best way for each project.
Whether it be a measured building survey or a fully immersive museum tour, we have the skills, technology, and experience to deliver the highest quality bespoke solution for your project.
Meet the team
Originally trained in product design and development engineering, Henry has been responsible for delivering the masonry design on some of the most prestigious buildings in the country. He has over 10 years’ experience and in-depth knowledge of metrology scanning for CNC manufacturing purposes and leads on AHScanning’s research and development programme.
Henry pursues technological advancements in the industry to drive innovative solutions and deliver the best possible results to clients.
Graham started his career as a classical architectural stonemason working on many buildings of interest in the north of England such as Chatsworth House, Beverley Minster, Selby Abbey and more.
He then progressed into architectural design with a specific focus on building documentation and fabric surveys, the offshoot of this being scanning and digitisation of assets.
The years of experience in the heritage sector and this progressive skill set was used to form Architectural and Heritage Scanning with a primary focus to document, preserve and provide accessibility to our cultural heritage.
Member of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors. Working in the survey industry since 2007, Jason previously worked as a Land Surveyor for over 10 years at UTEC Survey and Malcolm Hughes, gaining a broad range of experience in a variety of geospatial services across many industries. Jason then enjoyed 3 years in a Technical Sales and Support role at SCCS, specialising in the Reality Capture portfolio of hardware and software.
As Survey Manager, Jason is responsible for all aspects of measured surveys and contributes to business growth and development.
Working in the museums and heritage sector for over 11 years, Lynsey has worked with an award-winning museum, a national conservation charity and a number of historic properties. She combines her diverse experience of interpretation and visitor experience with a varied digital skill set to digitise collections and buildings while simultaneously enhancing the real-world experience to increase engagement and revenue streams.
Lynsey harnesses the power of digital communication, presentation and recording to help communicate and interpret the past for present and future generations. She also utilises her background in graphic design and extensive experience in marketing to contribute to business development.
Jasper graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BA (Hons) in Economics and has a background in managing historic building renovations. He combines his passion for heritage with diverse experience in computing, technology and surveying to digitally preserve buildings, artefacts and spaces.
Jasper assists with measured building surveys, conducts drone surveys and builds immersive digital environments.
Kieran graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a BA (Hons) in Games Art & Design where he learnt to build real-time 3D experiences, focused on creating immersive visualisations of various historic settings.
He started his career in heritage working with Historic Environment Scotland as part of their trainee program, where he spent a year with the Digital Innovation and Documentation teams. Kieran’s main role involves reconstructing heritage sites in 3D for use in virtual reality experiences.
Paul has over twenty years’ experience in CAD design, most of these working as a surveyor / draughtsman involved in the design and detailing of masonry. He has worked on many restoration and new build projects both in the UK and overseas.
Highly experienced in site surveys from scaffold or mobile platforms, producing detailed hand sketches and recording dimensions of replacement masonry. These details are later transferred into CAD to produce approval drawings then subsequently individual manufacture drawings are produced.
Sean has been practicing media for 10 years after graduating from Lincoln University’s School of Media. He has produced work for the National Trust, Black Country Living Museum, the Institute of Quarrying, Network Rail, Highways England, TFL and much more.
His background is in photography, particularly high-grade 360 immersive imagery, and he is well versed in 360 immersive filming and delivery.
Nik specialises in indoor photogrammetry and high-resolution imaging, with a focus on wall paintings and sculpture.
He has been involved in a wide range of projects at AHScanning, including the photogrammetric recording of Peterborough Cathedral, Llwyn Celyn and St John’s College, Oxford.
Nik is currently in his final year reading History of Art at the University of Cambridge. His academic research seeks to apply digital humanities techniques to the study of premodern material culture, building directly on his experience at AHScanning.
Maria is a highly experienced accountant with over 28 years' of bookkeeping and 18 years in the construction sector.
No single solution
The relationships we build with our clients is just as important as the data we collect.
We engage with you from the very inception of a project to ensure the best possible solution.
Some of our clients include:
They demonstrate immense respect for the 900-year-old Cathedral here in Peterborough and we consider ourselves very fortunate to be working with AHScanning.
I wouldn't hesitate to recommend AHScanning especially if you are looking to engage your customers in a more interactive view of your building or collections that reach far beyond a normal virtual tour.
We are now enjoying working with them to create engaging visuals and content that we can share with our audiences.
When there is the need to establish highly accurate measured / scalable information (masonry sections, window openings, defective areas etc) there is simply no substitute for this technology.