Today's spatially aware users are becoming more interested in retrieving personalised and task relevant information, requiring detailed 3D city models linked to non-spatial attribute data. However, current implementations of 3D city models are typically LoD2 that don't include geometric or attribute details about many visible features (e.g. rooms) of a building. As such, value-added applications developed for web-based and wireless platforms are limited to querying for available non-spatial business data at the building level only. To overcome this, geometrically accurate 3D building models are necessary to enable users to visualize, interact, and query for task specific non-spatial business data. This paper proposes a workflow for creating detailed 3D building models with LoD3 from TLS data and uploading these models into Google Earth so that users can then explore the non-spatial business data of a building and its sub-components (e.g. windows, doors, rooms). Processing bottlenecks of the proposed workflow for detailed 3D building reconstruction are also discussed.