The construction industry requires comprehensive and accurate as-built information for a variety of applications, including building renovations, historic building preservation and structural health monitoring. Reality capture technology facilitates the recording of as-built information in the form of point clouds. However, the emerging development trends of scan planning and multi-technology fusion in point cloud acquisition methods have not been adequately addressed in research regarding their effects on point cloud registration quality and data quality in the built environment. This study aims to extensively investigate the impact of scan planning and multi-technology fusion on point cloud registration and data quality. Registration quality is evaluated using registration error (RE) and scan overlap rate (SOR), representing registration accuracy and registration coincidence rate, respectively. Conversely, data quality is assessed using point error (PE) and coverage rate (CR), which denote data accuracy and data completeness. Additionally, this study proposes a voxel centroid approach and the PCP rate to calculate and optimize the CR, tackling the industry’s challenge of quantifying point cloud completeness.