Mt. Ada Bed & Breakfast
Project Square Footage
~ 10,000 s.f.
Bed & Breakfast
The Mt. Ada Bed and Breakfast is located on the east end of Catalina Island in the city of Avalon. The location was formerly one of the many Wrigley mansions that the family has built and owned and is named after William Wrigley Jr.’s wife, Ada. The mansion began being built in 1919, the year that the Wrigley family purchased Catalina Island, and was finished by 1921.
Restoration and conversion work on the mansion began in 1985 and it has since been leased as a bed-and-breakfast inn overlooking the town and harbor.
The project required a heavy documentation scope including scanning, photo-imagery, 360 photo-imagery, UAV photos, and photogrammetry.
Architectural Resource Consultants (ARC) was hired to provide HDS (High Definition Survey) 3D Laser Scanning services to assist in documenting the existing building. A Faro Focus3D laser scanner was used to capture scan data in color.
ARC also dedicated about 140 hours to modeling the main lodge with interior details and the client was provided a 3D Revit model of the site.