General Contractors Gain Competitive Edge in Winning Projects Through 3D Animation

3D Architectural Renderer Offers Remarkable Timeline-Based Animation of Project Progress

DALLAS, Nov. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- There are many firms that provide computer generated renderings of yet-to-be-constructed buildings and other projects. These are helpful in showing clients what a completed building will look like. Jeffrey Windler LLC, Architectural Media Solutions, is skilled in creating photo-realistic renderings, but has now taken this idea to an entirely new level.

 

Windler's group models the project in the same manner as if it was actually being constructed. They show the site being cleared and excavated, the foundation being placed, and the steel being erected. Ultimately, the building skin is placed, one floor at a time, until the project is shown in a completed state. The entire process is then animated and tied to the projected construction timeline. A prospect can watch the project being constructed from start to finish, and can see at any point on the timeline precisely where the progress of construction is expected to be. The animation can even be rotated to look at the building from different viewpoints as construction progresses.

 

The firm's most frequent users of this timeline-based animated 3D rendering service are general contractors who are competing for large, complicated projects. They believe that being able to demonstrate their detailed understanding of the complexities of constructing a major project on a tight site give them a distinct competitive advantage. On a recent assignment to help a contractor win a very large building project, Windler hired the services of a helicopter and photographer to capture aerial footage of a downtown site. He then digitally merged the virtual building into the real video footage to create a photo-realistic 3D visualization of the building in its urban location.

 

About Jeffrey Windler LLC

Jeffrey Windler LLC, Architectural Media Solutions, translates the architect's vision into a virtual reality, allowing clients not to just view projects but to experience them. With a degree in architecture and years spent creating a whole range of digital renderings and animations, Jeff's presentations bring a project to life. His 3D animations have given architects and contractors the winning edge in securing projects, enabled developers to promote, lease, and sell their properties, and helped non-profits raise money in capital campaigns.

 

 

Web site: http://www.jeffreywindler.com//




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