What is Project Design review?
Engineering design reviews, which take place at key phases of the project development process, are fundamental elements for the evaluation and control of engineering activities. These meetings are also acknowledged as unique opportunities for all teams involved to share information about the project and related engineering processes.
A design review is a milestone within a building development process whereby a design is evaluated against its requirements in order to verify the outcomes of previous activities and identify issues before committing to, and if need be re-prioritizing further work. Provide timely feedback to the development team.
Role of VR (Virtual Reality) in Design review:
Virtual and Augmented Reality (VR, AR) have become quite the buzz in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) industry over the past few years. Usage of VR in the design review enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of all stages of a project, from initial conceptual design through detailed design, planning and preparation, to construction completion.
The VR-integrated collaboration workflow. The figure shows different stages of the VR scene preparation for collaboration.
Values from VR integration for our Clients:
The ability to review the design and rehearse the construction of the facility in a 3D interactive and immersive environment can increase the understanding of the design intent
- Spotting and resolving issues before construction begins avoids both the near-term time and cost of rework and the long-term impacts of using a suboptimal space.
- Seeing a reduction in number of design issues and helps prevent time and cost overruns.
- Reducing the requests for Information (RFIs) can save thousands of hours on a single project.
- Better communication means Fewer Errors
In TEBIN, we believe, that virtual walkthroughs a facility allow for experiencing, in a near-reality sense, to what to expect when construction is completed.