Limited resources are available to timely inspect and maintain the aging civil infrastructure across the United States. Reality capturing technologies, such as laser scanning, is replacing visual inspection and manual surveying for improved data qualities and reduced resource requirements, while bringing challenges of timely processing terabytes of spatial data. Even using state-of-art 3D reverse engineering environments, inspectors need to manually select data processing algorithms, compose and configure data processing workflows, and verify the correctness of these workflows. Such manual design and execution of spatial data processing workflows are tedious, and result in sub-optimal workflows that do not fully utilize time and resources for producing accurate and detailed spatial information needed by domain applications. This paper proposes a computational framework that will assist in the infrastructure inspection process through streamlined spatial data processing workflow generation, execution, and optimization. Based on previous studies on spatial information query, spatial data processing, and building information modeling (BIM), the authors are exploring the feasibility of automatically generating and optimizing spatial data processing workflows based on formalized representations of these workflows.