Dubai Arena

(Coca-cola Arena)

Dubai Arena

(Coca-cola Arena)

Antilia is a private residence in the billionaires row of Mumbai, India, It is the residence of the Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani and his family, Various packages Coated Ain PVDF.

Dubai Arena

(Coca-cola Arena)

In preparation for Expo 2020 Dubai, we were asked to step in and take over the BIM consultancy for the landscape package of seven new Expolink Metro Stations, each designed with beautiful‚ÄĒbut highly complex‚ÄĒhardscape tile arrangements.
Being a Roads and Transport Authority project, we were under pressure to adhere to strict drawing and design standards, with the previous BIM consultant falling short in these areas, hence the project delays. After receiving the design drawings from the consultant, we had to deliver full construction drawings to the subcontractor, PGL Landscaping, to help them get authority approval and move the project forward.

Modeling a natural stone face

Following our successful BIM work on the landscape, we were then asked to model a stunning natural stone facade for each metro station.
With each stone slab measuring up to three storeys in height, our model had to be of perfectly accurate to ensure the stones and their supporting structural work buttresses, frames, pins, and other key engineering elements were cut to the exact dimensions, allowing for the correct quantity of structural materials to be ordered and shipped from the supplier.
The accuracy of our model ensured each facade was prepared to the exact specifications to facilitate a fast and cost-effective installation process.

Modeling a natural

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Following our successful BIM work on the landscape, we were then asked to model a stunning natural stone facade for each metro station. With each stone slab measuring up to three storeys in height, our model had to be of perfectly accurate to ensure the stones and their supporting structural work buttresses, frames, pins, and other key engineering

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The Detailed Design phase has three stages. Client input and revisions are incorporated at the end of each phase, namely: DD50, DD80 and DD100. The detail design phase can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months. This will depend on the scope of work, specialist sub consultants employed and client feedback loop. This is where the building takes shape. The architecture and structure elements are being finalised, space planning and MEP designs are being developed.

Modeling a natural

If specialist sub-consultants (ID, Lighting, Way-finding), are to be appointed, they are appointed at the start of DD50. The final DD50 submission will incorporate elements of the specialist sub-consultants works into the overall design. Following our successful BIM work on the landscape, we were then asked to model a stunning natural stone facade for each metro station. With each stone slab measuring up to three storeys in height, our model had to be of perfectly accurate to ensure the stones and their supporting structural work buttresses, frames, pins, and other key engineering

Modeling a natural

Following our successful BIM work on the landscape, we were then asked to model a stunning natural stone facade for each metro station. With each stone slab measuring up to three storeys in height, our model had to be of perfectly accurate to ensure the stones and their supporting structural work buttresses, frames, pins, and other key engineering

Modeling a natural

Following our successful BIM work on the landscape, we were then asked to model a stunning natural stone facade for each metro station. With each stone slab measuring up to three storeys in height, our model had to be of perfectly accurate to ensure the stones and their supporting structural work buttresses, frames, pins, and other key engineering

Modeling a natural

Following our successful BIM work on the landscape, we were then asked to model a stunning natural stone facade for each metro station. With each stone slab measuring up to three storeys in height, our model had to be of perfectly accurate to ensure the stones and their supporting structural work buttresses, frames, pins, and other key engineering

Modeling a natural

Following our successful BIM work on the landscape, we were then asked to model a stunning natural stone facade for each metro station. With each stone slab measuring up to three storeys in height, our model had to be of perfectly accurate to ensure the stones and their supporting structural work buttresses, frames, pins, and other key engineering

Modeling a natural stone face

Following our successful BIM work on the landscape, we were then asked to model a stunning natural stone facade for each metro station.
With each stone slab measuring up to three storeys in height, our model had to be of perfectly accurate to ensure the stones and their supporting structural work buttresses, frames, pins, and other key engineering elements were cut to the exact dimensions, allowing for the correct quantity of structural materials to be ordered and shipped from the supplier.
The accuracy of our model ensured each facade was prepared to the exact specifications to facilitate a fast and cost-effective installation process.

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