Perfecting Parking around a
Performing Arts Palace.
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More Parking, Better Performance.
A college is building a new academic building—a performing arts center—on its main parking lot. The center itself is perhaps not a challenging structure to build, with its high-pitched roofs and steel frame. At the same time, the college wants to provide more parking and reconfigure its lots. The parking lots nearest the new building would use asphalt reclaimed and milled from that of the old lots. An existing facility management office sits in the middle of the war zone, but needs egress and access to its loading dock. This project is another step in the college’s vision of an expanded campus with more amenities to offer to the region’s prospective students.
A Way through the War Zone.
Vinci’s client has a battle plan that seems to address the logistics. The plan phases the work, attempting to preserve parking capacity and use one lot’s asphalt as fodder for the next. The academic building would rise after enabling work: two distinct phases. Later in development, the building schedule shifts forward, the schedule quickens, and parking capacity becomes a non-issue. Vinci LLC begins to illustrate the impact of this shift on guaranteeing access to the maintenance facility and new parking. A way through the war zone is struck that maintains access to the facility office.
Campus construction warrants attention to vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Channel that traffic around your work so the school can keep operating. A multiphase project is best served by a main overview and worksite details. This project has a remote parking lot, a neighboring parking lot with demolition, a building site, and an adjacent parking lot near existing academic halls. If you're incorporating BIM, Vinci LLC can use it to describe the subject. Attention to meaningful detail, based on your worksite observations, is key on a busy site.
Clear and convincing, audience-friendly construction imagery.
Vinci LLC has handled a multitude of traffic-sensitive construction on busy campuses. Vinci LLC’s 4d virtual construction model includes enough definition to tell the story in convincing detail so that user groups understand what’s going on during the work. The result is a set of clear and convincing renditions of the worksite that serve as aids to discussion of all major construction issues throughout the construction schedule. Vinci’s clear, convincing, and audience-friendly construction marketing visualizations are ideal for communicating a real estate or construction message, whether you are selling construction services or just thinking big. Be the master of your plan, call Vinci LLC today! 314-351-7456.
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