Virtual Design & Construction
Whiting-Turner has established a talented group of dedicated, technical experts that drive our virtual building in-house services team. These individuals are tasked with finding innovative virtual solutions to apply to a project to enforce the power of information, which ultimately drives a quality deliverable. Our virtual building team is an invaluable resource and works hand-in-hand with all of our project teams. They are innately curious forward-thinkers who inspire advanced solutions to our building delivery process.
Whiting-Turner values the extensive process of virtually coordinating systems for installation. This is vital to a project’s success and is prioritized by project team members. Therefore, system coordination is embedded into the project’s flow, and teams are constantly verifying how it is interfacing with the project schedule, documentation, budget and field installation quality.
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VDC is an integral part of preconstruction. We believe early involvement in a project’s creation facilitates successful collaboration and construction downstream. There is tremendous value in the deep knowledge of building components and their connection to design vision, schedule and budget. VDC applications provide the pathway to this understanding.
We believe virtual reality deliverables are the best way to convey the feel of a space. The utilization of a variety of hardware and software allows us to tailor the interactive experiences to different levels of immersion depending on the need. Virtual reality improves communication for decision-making, safety considerations and phase planning, just to name a few.
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Integrated Digital Turnover (IDT) is Whiting-Turner’s solution to delivering relevant facility data – both from BIM deliverables and traditional construction sources. IDT is our re-imagining of the traditional project documentation turnover process. Our goal through this process is to close the gap between construction and operation knowledge.