Wernick Buildings is the UK’s largest independent manufacturer and hirer of modular buildings. To ensure they meet their growing needs Wernick has to ensure that its design workflow is as streamlined as its building processes. With this in mind the design office selected Revit Architecture as the 3D design software for the job.
Modular buildings are generally more cost-effective than traditional structures and can be up to 50% quicker to complete. But despite this, the buildings are solid, permanent and of a high quality with a virtually indestructible steel frame at their heart. Also because much of the construction takes place off-site, the build programme is often more reliable. To ensure it meets this growing need, Wernick has to ensure that its esign workflow is as streamlined as its building processes. With this in mind, the design office decided to move over to using 3D design software.
The drawing ofice had been using AutoCAD Architecture but were keen to move on and begin reaping the benefits of full-blown 3D design. They wanted to be able to share data and collaborate with one another within the design team and liked the idea of a solution which would help produce schedules quicker and more accurately. Eager to get the best product - and the best deal - they considered all th emost widely-used 3D prackages on the market, but kept coming back to Revit Architecture as it seemed to offer exactly what they wanted. They couldn't see that there was anything better on the market at any price.
"For us as a drawing ofice, productivity on our standard range has shot up - sometimes producing drawings in a mere fraction of the time it took before."
Celfyn Dibble, Head of Technical Services, Wernick Buildings
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