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Renovation of Office Building

Project type: Renovation of Office Building
Location: California, USA
Scale: 5,570 m2
Scope of work:  Create Revit model of the existing condition, demolished components and new design of the building. 
Disciplines: Architecture; MEP.
Status: Completed

In this project, client required us to create the Revit model of the existing building based on the as-built drawings from 10 years ago (mostly scanned drawings). From that existing model, we need to showed up the demolished phase with remove item and the new components added to the building. 

Revit model of the existing condition
Revit model of the existing condition
Revit model of MEP discipline
Revit model of MEP discipline
Revit model of new building
Revit model of new building



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