We completed Scan-to-BIM services of the University of Toronto's Victoria Chapel for Baird Sampson Neuert Architects. We utilized a ground-based LiDAR scanner to capture the intricate details of the chapel's interior. This high-precision scanning process resulted in a comprehensive digital twin of the space. The acquired data was used to create a detailed Building Information Model (BIM), providing a highly accurate representation of the space. Additionally, we supplied AutoCAD floor plans, reflected ceiling plans, and elevations. The firm also requested a digital twin for documentation purposes and to foster effective communication and collaboration throughout their renovation project.