Tag: Virtual Design & Construction

Getting Back to Playground Basics!

The Furniture Trust’s 2019 Eco-Carpentry Challenge An old, worn fabric remnant gave nautical inspiration to our visionary team when it came time to develop a concept for the 2019 Eco-Carpentry Challenge. This piece of fabric, among many other materials, had been salvaged from a commercial office fit-out and with our team’s great imagining, soon would be taking sail

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Multi-family Going Modular

Our multi-family project at 211 Rantoul Street is progressing quickly thanks to the use of prefabricated modular sections and BIM technology. As compared to conventional construction, it is estimated that the overall construction schedule for this project has been shortened by three months by using modular! Read more about the project in this recent Salem News coverage.

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The Power of Drones and VR for BIM

Join Windover’s Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Amr Raafat, in a conversation on the power of drones and virtual reality (VR) for Building Information Modeling in a recent interview for the upcoming AECNEXT and SPAR3D Expo and Conference. Interested in learning more? Consider attending the conference May 21-23, 2019 and use code “RAAFAT” for a

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Going Digital in 2019: Construction Technology Predictions

Amr Raafat, Windover’s director of virtual design & construction, joins a conversation on the future of construction technology, virtual reality, augmented reality, and BIM in the latest edition of Construction Executive.

Drones Go Beyond Eye in the Sky

Drones are not just for pretty pictures anymore. In an interview with Robotics Business Review, Amr Raafat, Windover’s Director of Virtual Design & Construction, reveals the variety of ways in which we are implementing drone technology to enhance our projects, from aerial mapping, quality inspections, stockpile analysis, and through the integration of georeferenced images with Windover’s AR/VR

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Gamification of Construction Safety

What do construction and “The Legend of Zelda” have in common? Read about the gamification of construction safety by our very own Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Amr Raafat, in HighProfile.

Beyond Virtual Reality

New advances in technology for BIM and Virtual Reality (VR) are revolutionizing the future of the construction process by providing clients and project teams with a realistic and immersive experience. Windover’s Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Amr Raafat, shared his insight with High-Profile on how Windover is unlocking the potential of immersive visualization through VR for

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