Smoothing the Construction and Architectural Planning Information Process

Posted by 6 Jun, 2013

Case Study
Client: Regensys

Application: 3D Architectural Visualisation

One of those occasions when an out of the blue phonecall gives a warm glow. SEO does actually work!

A firm of design and construction engineers found me through a web search and looking for help with a development project to take place on the Somerset Levels. They had forthcoming planning and a public meetings approaching where the proposals would be put forward for examination and were acutely aware of the importance of communicating their ideas clearly the first time. Key, therefore, to present in a clear unequivocal way that eliminates misunderstanding and presents the project in its best light.

The project comprised of the construction of an Anaerobic Digester plant and because of its location considerable effort had been put in to minimising the impact it would have on the surrounding area. I was asked to provide costs for a 3D visualisation model of the plant to include an animated fly round and 3D fly through together with photo montaged high resolution images showing the plant blended into photographs of the surrounding area.

The resultant digital media could then be purposed as video display presenters, large format graphic panels for exhibition, as well as Powerpoint presentations, leaflets and proposal documents.

Having successfully pitched for the work I began developing the model from the 2D plans and schematics. Communicating daily with the client on detailing and technical specifications and finally delivering a range of output formats in good time for the client’s meetings.

The Client was delighted with the results commenting that although the public  meetings were always going to be challenging they felt much more confident in presenting the case and being able to move forward with the application process.

Categories : 3D Visualisation & Animation, design for print, Projects 2013

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