Kunwon Engineering Corp.
Seoul Distribution complex of Southeast District
Kunwon Engineering of Korea is currently working on the Seoul Distribution
Complex project, a 15-story commercial structure that includes five underground
floors. The site is more than 28,000 square meters and total floor area will be
more than 274,000 square meters. This complex project will employ a massive
team of 100,000 people over the course of its design and construction.
Since efficient communication among the project members is critical, Bentley’s
Building Information Modeling solutions are being employed at each phase of
the project. Both the contractor and the engineering company will be able to
monitor the process of construction, as well as anticipate problems more easily
through 3D visualization, saving time and reducing the costs of the project.
ALSO NOMINATED IN SPECIAL CATEGORY: COMMUNICATING THROUGH VISUALIZATION
Lend Lease Corporation Limited
Victoria Harbour – Y3
Lend Lease corporation developed a proposal for the creation of its client’s
new headquarters in the Victoria Harbour district of Melbourne. The project
entails three new ecologically sustainable commercial buildings built into a
dynamic community campus along the waterfront. Design was undertaken
simultaneously in 2D and 3D using MicroStation and Bentley Architecture.
Design in 2D was used to resolve the ground plane, core layout, and car
parking. The 3D modeling of each building was used to resolve massing and
elevation treatment. The integrated 2D and 3D data saved design time, and
the Bentley products’ interoperability allowed the use of other applications to
design the façade and to enhance presentation visuals.