Excite your potential clients with a Construction Animation. Our team will craft a Construction Animation to communicate your winning vision for the project. Ideally suited to projects where you want to communicate a unique offering to differentiate yourself from your competitors.
Early engagement is key to this type of jobs success and establishing the unique offerings early in the work winning process will enable Solid Support to compliment the ideas with stunning visuals. The final product will include a professional voice over of a script that you provide. Each animation will be bespoke to the job and your unique offering.
This showreel demonstrates the depth of capability within the Solid Support team across Australia. With over 30 staff dedicated to construction planning techniques, and working on over 800 projects a year, our visualisation experience is what our clients like about us. Explaining construction methodology and sequencing over time is what we do.
Here’s what some customers have said after working with us:
• Outstanding work, best I’ve seen thank you. I will send them to the team for comment but the changes (if any) will be minor in nature.
• Thanks, it has really come together, looks fantastic.
• I just wanted to say thanks to you guys for the massive effort you put in for the tender. The video has come up very nicely.
With a team of expert planners, and a team of expert CAD software guru’s, we’ve got a brilliant blend of capability to work with you on your 4D projects.
From basic staging visuals, through to high rendered real-time virtual reality. We have the experience. Discuss your ideas for visualisation with us, and we will have a solution that is perfect for your project.
Solid Support’s innovative 4D simulation alongside Arenco has been selected by Transport for NSW as a finalist in the Digital Engineering (DE) Framework 2019 Connecting Smarter Awards. The Awards aims to celebrate innovative DE achievements.
Gantt charts are used to communicate programme tasks, logic and planned construction sequence before and during construction. Common issues with this method are:
- Inability for stakeholders to consume the plan quickly and to its full extent, regardless of skill and experience.
- Inability to quickly identify opportunities for faster, more efficient sequencing and test ‘what if’ scenarios.
- Fosters the likelihood of delays due to unforeseen planning and sequencing clashes.
Innovating this traditional method using 4D modelling solves these issues simply by visualising the plan.