Case Study - Hospital Building Project
Updated: Jul 8, 2021
This project included the building along with its emergency department, purpose-built children’s emergency unit, new and expanded emergency department, new emergency department short stay unit, general medical and surgical inpatient unit, and expanded high-dependency intensive care unit. The building was to be designed with the ability to add additional four clinical floors on top. Extra care was taken while coordinating with the height of the building.
Our scope of this project was exterior architectural modeling including roof, walls, windows, doors, eaves, gutters, etc. We have also coordinated with the client’s BIM management team and created parametric families.
Project Duration: 15 days
Scope of Work: Exterior 3D Architectural Modeling, proper coordination with the height, external modeling of the roof, walls, windows, doors, eaves, roofs, gutters, etc.
As-Built Model: LOD 300
Input: Laser Scan Data
Output: 3D Model
BIM Coordination (Architectural)
Implementation of BIM Execution Plan
Model Coordination, Project Coordination, and Standardization
Closely working with the client to achieve better results
Regular QA and QC
Developed exterior architectural 3D models.
Guaranteed on-time delivery by dedicating separate teams and resources.
Avoid discrepancies in the modeling process by developing a smooth workflow and level of details.
Provide progress reports as per the requirement to ensure the accurate delivery of models in line with the clients’ requirements.
Providing separate resources and tools for quality checks.