AEC Communications, Inc. participated in visualization services for the 767 Granby Street project located in Norfolk, Virginia. The scope of work included as built survey, production of a BIM (Building Information Model) and a rendered elevations. The renderings were used for the City of Norfolk Architectural review and approval. The rendering work were originally composed in REVIT and later modified by hand in Adobe Photoshop for color correctness. Colors and textures were calibrated with materials supplied by the Architect.
AEC Communications provided BIM Support (Building Information Model) and CAD Support for a new Tactical Support Equipment Department Training Facility, on the new Ordnance School Campus at Fort Lee, Virginia. The 260,500 SF structure has an estimated $47M construction cost. The new facility will provide training labs, classrooms and administration areas. Our involvement included developing the BIM in Autodesk Revit and providing CAD/Technical support for various aspects of the design phase. Our portion of the model was linked to the Architectural model. We performed our…
A Rendering of a proposed pedestrian bridge at the Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center. Several views were created for Hardesty & Hanover, LLP and used for presentation in an interview with the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. The animation below depicts construction sequencing. Existing structures are shown as volumnmetric objects.
AEC Communications, Inc. participated in the design of a 14,000 SF shopping center. Our scope of work included preliminary design, renderings, promotional materials and Architectural CAD support. The building was created as a BIM (Building Information Model) which was used to create construction documents and material takeoffs. Future work will include the tenant build-out drawings. The Sketch-Up Model is available for download at Google’s 3D Warehouse. Kempsville Shopping Center, Chesapeake, Virginia