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Electrical Substation

Key Facts

Timeframe

August 2023
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September 2023
Ongoing

Country

Netherlands

Services

BIM
As-built docu
Energy
Scan-to-bim
3D Modelling

Volume

15100 sq.m

Tools

Recap
Revit

The electrical substation in Groningen was planned for further expansion, necessitating the creation of a 3D model of the entire site to facilitate future expansion and maintenance activities.

To achieve this, the entire area was scanned using a static laser scanner. The scanned point clouds obtained from this process were subsequently used to create a detailed 3D model of the as-built structure. This model accurately represented the current state of the substation, providing a reliable foundation for future modifications and maintenance.

In addition, the electrical components of the substation were meticulously modeled as various loadable families. This approach ensured that each component could be easily manipulated and integrated within the overall 3D model, enhancing the accuracy and usability of the model for planning and operational purposes.

Two levels of detail (LOD) were employed for different areas of the substation, based on specific requirements. These levels were defined as LOD 100 and LOD 300, allowing for varying degrees of detail and precision where needed. This stratified approach ensured that the model was both comprehensive and efficient, tailored to the distinct needs of different sections of the substation.

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