The Wawona Hotel is a complex of seven structures built on the upper
edge of a large meadow in the southwestern corner of The Yosemite National
Park. The buildings are laid out in a relatively formal pattern on the
edge of a rolling hill overlooking the meadow.
Seventy-seven CAD drawings similar to the examples were produced -
leanings, settlings, and fissures on the buildings, when visible in the
façades, were all documented, measured and precisely CAD drawn.