How Construction industry is benefited by 3D walkthrough

Posted on : Dec 05, 2019

When it comes to construction and real-estate industry it’s very important for the end customers both for residential and commercial projects to visualize the end product (project) while it’s under conceptualisation or under construction stage.  Under our outsource architectural services and outsource CAD services we have realised that its equally important for builders and architects to ensure that the project under consideration lives up to the customer expectations when it comes to architectural design. For the very reason 3 dimensional or 3D walkthrough are highly beneficial for both builders, architects, contractors as well as the end customer.

Apart from above while working with number of architects and builders under our outsource CAD works or outsourcing architectural services there are number of other benefits one could derive out of 3D walkthroughs like:

Enables clients to take well informed business decision: As 3D walkthroughs enables builders and architect to represent a project under consideration in more visualise and engaging manner, it help them to take first hand feedback and inputs from the end customers and in turn helps customers to take better informed decisions.

Enhance Project’s Visual Appeal: Technology and tools used to develop and render 3D walkthrough are very sophisticated and requires designers and visualisers with specific skill sets to work on them, this helps in showcasing the project under consideration with much better visual appeal in terms of graphics and lighting

Cost Competitiveness: 3D walkthroughs is one of the most cost competitive approach when it comes to the representation of the project under conceptualisation stage. It’s doesn’t involve and physical space or labor commitments and could be re-worked / modified as per the requirements any number of times.

Representation of non-project elements: One of the most important features offered by 3D walkthroughs is the representation of non-project elements; customers would like to take a look at the non-project elements like cars and vehicles, trees and humans, street lights, landscapes etc. along with the project while making a buying decision.