JCU SIDE STREAM PROJECT

JCU SIDE STREAM PROJECT

Client: 

James Cook University

Project Overview:

FortisEM was commissioned to undertake 3D Laser Scanning and Structural engineering for this project.  FortisEM implemented the use of our Faros XD130 3D Laser Scanner to accurately measure the existing Central Energy Plant and surrounding infrastructure to ensure that accurate integration of the design with the existing built environment.  This ensured minimal risk and variations onsite during the construction of the building.  The building itself is of masonry block construction with steel roof.  The floor system consists of an internal bund system to support the volume of 1 filtration tank in the event of failure.

Project Achievements:

Use of 3D Laser Scanning and BIM technology to accurately integrate the design in to the existing built environment.

 

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