Located in Poland, Myslakowice Bridge is a historical steel rivet truss bridge under jurisdiction of the conservatory officer. Due to its low traffic payload capacity, road administration decided to disassemble the existing bridge and build a new upgraded one to meet current technical requirements. Prior to on site works, the conservatory officer requested a measurement survey on the existing structure to create full 2D documentation of the historically valuable bridge. To ease work flow on 2D documentation, a speculation laser scan data of the object was captured. This data is able to speed up the design process of a new structure and allow designers to check as-built geometry of the adjacent area with official site plans to determine what is critical for proper road geometry planning. Additionally, historical records of this bridge is now captured for future generation’s information and use.