Leading global design firm, Woods Bagot, was commissioned to refurbish a historic building. They required Existing Condition Documentation. A 3D point cloud and Revit model were also suggested for the intricate detail required. Woods Bagot already utilise Revit within their practice, so it fitted perfectly with their workflow for Realserve to deliver a Revit file.
Woods Bagot was under tight time constraints to deliver the design, so we proposed a methodology to deliver key pieces of data for the project in 4 stages of priority. These were Point Cloud and Revit models of the Base Building so that the architect to begin design, followed by the Reflected Ceiling, and Sections and Elevations. As a starting point, having a Revit Model for our client allowed them to get straight into the design, and alleviated the all to common need for 2D CAD drawings to be converted to Revit.
The client was able to start designing the refurbishment almost immediately with highly accurate 3D Models in the format they were already comfortable using. This helped ensure the design stage ran smoothly and the work was completed on time.