Case Studies April 30, 2020

How Shared VR has been used to help reconstruct a water treatment center – with potential savings of up to £300,000

Wessex Water has been working on the reconstruction of Durleigh Water Centre. The £50m project is it's first to be delivered to BIM Level 2 - and the use of an Igloo Shared VR cylinder has been key. It’s a highly complex, technically challenging project. BIM Level 2 means it uses collaborative 3D models with embedded digital versions of all project and asset information, documentation and data. This is partly due to the complexity of the site, which has many existing underground services to be modelled. The plant also provides drinking water for 40,000 people in Somerset, so has to be of the highest quality possible.

Working with high-quality software and content Wessex Water worked with AECOM who used high-accuracy scanning technologies in conjunction with software Revizto to create a detailed VR model. It was able to free BIM models from the confines of 2D screens and the isolation of VR headsets, by producing excellent, understandable content that anyone could grasp.
We can all come into the Igloo space, and also join by Revizto’s camera share, and have an informed review session and ensure that the decisions that are being made are the right ones by the right people, and Igloo allows you to do that.
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Rhys Lewis
Revizto Business Development Director
UKMEA & Europe
How Shared VR has been used to help reconstruct a water treatment center – with potential savings of up to £300,000 Wessex Water has been working on the reconstruction of Durleigh Water Centre. The £50m project is it’s f […] 2020-09-25
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