Sharing Progress Images against BIM with the Community

The Fibonacci Square project in central Dublin is a landmark office development in a high profile site. This project has been on-going for nearly two years when the demolition and excavation works are taken into account. This has generated significant local interest in the progress of the project and what it will finally look like.

In order to address this interest we have placed a view from our time-lapse camera which is overlaid with the BIM model of the project on the site digital noticeboard. This image is provided by our time-lapse camera supplier Evercam.

The view shows the final BIM model view of the project overlaid on the current live view of the project. This shows the local community the progress on-site and what is left in order to complete the project.

The digital noticeboard is updated regularly with new images showing both the architectural and structural BIM models against current site progress. When viewed together with the standard time-lapse videos on display it gives the local community greater information about the project.

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Entry submitted by John Sisk and Son Ltd


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