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Wedtlenstedt Lock

Client: Federal Waterways Engineering and Research Institute

The Wedtlenstedt lock was built in 1939 and needs to be modernized and expanded. Our 3D model of the existing lock and the environment, generated from terrestrial photographs, was used for early stakeholder engagement and communications. The same data was also exported in 3D CAD format for concept design and forms the basis of the BIM processes.

Linz am Rhein Station

Our Client: Mailänder Consult GbmH
Owner: DB Station & Service A

The station at Linz am Rhein needs to be refurbished and the owner and operator wants to involve the public and other stakeholders at an early stage in the project. We provided the real-world 3D model, based on terrestrial photogrammetry, showing planning options for the station and adjacent buildings and streets. We also included one of the design options provided by the engineering consultants. The model will also be used in the planning approval process

Main Bridge Wertheim

Our Client: Ingenieurbüro Grassl GmbH, München
Design: Fa. Firmhofer + Günther Architekten, München
End client: Public Building Authority Aschaffenburg

The Main bridge in Wertheim needs to be replaced by a modern, steel arched bridge. This project has raised concerns within the local community that views of the city's landmark, Wertheim Castle, may be negatively affected by the bridge. Our 3D model supports the policy mediation process by demonstrating the line of sight from any point in the model.

Magdeburger Straße, Halle

Client: Hallesche Verkehrs-AG (HAVAG)

On Magdeburger Straße in Halle, tram tracks are in the center of the road, between the traffic lanes, causing high accident rates at intersections. As a remedial measure, it is proposed that the tracks should be re-laid on one side of the road. There was some concern from local people, so to assist the public engagement process, we provided 3D visualizations of several planning options embedded in the real-world model. In this way, the advantages and disadvantages of each option could be identified and discussed to achieve an outcome that meets the expectations and requirements of all stakeholders.

Vöest Bridge, A7, Linz

Client: Asfinag Baumanagement GmbH

The Vöest Bridge, one of three road bridges over the Danube in Linz, is chronically congested. Additional lanes on two bypass bridges have been designed to improve the situation. Our 3D real-world model makes the design details accessible to interested parties in a comprehensible format. Films have been produced from the model for each phase of construction and are available on YouTube.