The Blum Residence is an Expressionist house with a main split level and full-height basement. The home is distinguished by its rambling massing with curved corners, flat thin-shell concrete roof and dramatic crescent-shaped full-height fieldstone supports, flanking each side of the front façade. A balcony with a low wooden balustrade lines the main storey of the house. A curved fieldstone wall and wooden flat roof garage fronts the south side and a gravel driveway lines the southend of the property. Working in partnership with the Historic Resources Management Branch, this project was conducted by the School of Construction, Southern Albertan Institute of Technology (SAIT). The survey was conducted with three different laser scanners (Leica BLK 360, GEOSLAM ZEB REVO, and a Leica C10), over a period of three months. The survey produced hundreds of scans which were processed and registered in Leica Cyclone Core v.9.3.