Yeah…the answer to this one will likely be “no”. I am going to take a guess that by “do most of the legwork” you mean that Dynamo somehow magically creates walls, columns, racks etc. from that point cloud info. So if that’s the question, the answer is no. You would have to create logic yourself, that interprets point cloud data and classifies it as an object. As far as I know no one has coded that up for Dynamo yet. The second link above to the Sastrugi package is just that, someone taking the point cloud data, and building the logic around it, where you can select multiple points in that point cloud, and have Dynamo interpret them into a wall. That’s for sure faster than modeling everything yourself (is it?), but that’s not the level of automation that you would want to achieve to see a meaningful return on the time invested to create such tool.