Back in the day, it was blueprints or ... blueprints
We’ve come a long way in the architecture and engineering industry. At Guernsey, we take pride in being technologically innovative to provide our clients with more realistic visualizations. We’ve created a streamlined process that integrates all disciplines of a project into one document so each element can be viewed in context. Consequently, we are able to analyze, predict and resolve coordination issues to keep your project on schedule and within budget.
Our renderings aren’t just nice-looking – they’re hardworking.
Renderings have proven helpful in our design process because we’ve linked the digital model directly to the construction drawings and an information repository. In simple terms, if you modify something in the construction documents, it’s automatically updated in the digital model, the plans and any schedules. A click is all it takes to get real-time updates.
It’s not just for manufacturers anymore.
Thanks largely to the advent of building information modeling, the architecture industry has fully embraced prototyping – and we were among the first to put it into practice. With in-depth application of purpose-built software, we can create digital prototypes of structures from which we derive construction documents, realistic renderings and animations that help our clients better understand our vision of the project.
We don’t like to clash.
Being able to “walk through” a digital model of a project during design has been a dream of architects, engineers and their clients for many years. The moment such an opportunity presented itself to the industry, we opted in – and the result has been significant. Purpose-built software enables us to identify conflicts between various structural, architectural and mechanical elements, as well as resolve those conflicts early in the process.