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Showcase Photo-realistic Output with Architectural 3D Rendering Services

Showcase Photo-realistic Output with Architectural 3D Rendering Services

Want quality Architectural 3D Rendering Services for residential, commercial and institutional structures? 3D Rendering can help to showcase quality photorealistic output to potential clients before the actual commencement of the project.

Architectural 3D Rendering Services add value to realtors, architects and property developers in the minimum time frame and optimal prices. A competent architectural 3D rendering service provider can accentuate your property marketing, using quality visuals across social media platforms such as YouTube, Instagram and Facebook.

Bunch of Architectural 3D Rendering & Visualization Services:

  • Architectural 3D Renderings:
  • 3D Exterior, Interiors & Floor Plans
  • 3D Aerial Visualization
  • Virtual Staging
  • Architectural 3D Animation:
  • 3D Walkthroughs &Virtual Tour
  • BIM Virtual Reality 360 Construction
  • Architectural BIM Modeling & Drafting:
  • 3D BIM Revit Modeling
  • AutoCAD Drafting
  • Construction Detailing

What is 3D Architectural Rendering?

Whenever a CAD or PDF file including site plan, floor plans, elevations, and sections are converted into a 3D model and applied with furnishings to build a photo-realistic image, it’s entitled as a 3D render.

There are 5 main types of 3D rendering options for the property developers including:

  • 3D Exterior Rendering – This emphasizes on the outside of the property and the surroundings.  You may choose only on the building or get a render including the surrounding neighborhood and landscapes such as water bodies, fences, vegetation, and porches. Different lighting conditions can also be tried around like the Morning, Dusk or Daylight. Weather conditions like the Rainy or Snowflake can also be manifested into striking marketing collaterals.
  • 3D Interior Renders – Interior renders divulge the vantage point of the insides of the property. Developers can show a specific view to their customers capturing several zones like the entrances, halls, and arrangement of diverse facilities in the lobby.
  • 3D Aerial Render – This helps to showcase the property from the above, focusing on the neighboring environment of the building. 3D Aerial renders are perfect for showcasing how the new building will fit into the existing environment.
  • 3D Floor Plan – The rendering of the 3D Floor Plan gives a penetration to the conventional 2D floor plans. The floor cut renderings let prospective purchasers visualize themselves in the home or building and comprehend the spatial arrangement of several areas within the property.
  • 3D Walkthroughs – It is the most valuable deliverable that provides a video output where a client can take a virtual tour of the property in a lifelike manner. The 3D animation facilitates the prospective buyers to take a simulated tour of the building before the beginning of the actual construction for providing a strong sense of the feel, layout & features of the property.

What are the Common Practices for 3D renders?

Image marketing is the pivot of real estate marketing and 3D renders play a key role in this regard.

  • Obtaining Permits & Approvals of Local Bodies: Depending on the place where you want to develop the property, there could be an obligation for presenting your project plan with the local associations for permits. Showcasing 3D Aerial Views together with 3D Exteriors reveal the way newfangled structure shall merge with the current surrounding or neighborhood.
  • Promotion: Property development agencies are often required to undertake extensive promotion of their building process. This helps in attracting prospective tenants or buyers to the property. 3D renderings are indeed spectacular, facilitating the property developers to develop an interest in the local community.
  • Ongoing Marketing: Animations and virtual 3D floor plans let the property development companies seek ongoing marketing schemes without leaving their offices. This helps in showcasing the properties on the website or social media and makes them available to interested parties.
  • Quick Financing: Using 3D renders, it is easy to get apt financing for a property, which is often challenging in the development cycle. Laying technical reports before a financier could be a bit confusing. However, 3D render facilitates in revealing the vision in an accurate way.
  • Enhanced Communication: 3D rendering helps in comprehending blueprints within a team of technocrats, which can otherwise be frustrating and time-consuming.
  • Reduced Cost of Development: Errors may occur during the design phase, which one wants to identify before the onset of a building process. 3D renderings facilitate the project stakeholders to detect and correct errors quickly, thus reducing the costs of project delays.

What could be the expected price of Architectural 3D Rendering Services in the USA?

  • Exterior Rendering for Residential Project @ $325-600 per image
  • Interior Rendering for Residential Project @ $250-500 per Image
  • Exterior Rendering for Commercial Project @ $375-850 per Image
  • Interior Rendering for Commercial Project @ $275-650 per Image
  • Exterior Rendering for High Rise Buildings @ $725-1500 per image
  • 3D Floor Plans @ $215-450 per floor
  • 360° Virtual Reality @ $385-1500 per camera shot
  • 360° Virtual Reality @ $385-1500 per camera shot
  • Animation @ $65-100 per sec

Choose a Professional 3D Rendering Company in the USA

Get in touch with Tejjy Inc.– an architectural & engineering service provider in DC at 202-465-4830 or info@tejjy.com to get 3D Architectural Rendering, 3D Visualization & Animation Services for commercial & residential projects. Experienced professionals of Tejjy Inc. build impactful marketing creative for AEC projects. Be it 3D Interior Rendering of Living Area, 3D Renders of Living Room in High Rise Tower, 3D Daylight Rendering of Living cum Kitchen, 3D Commercial Exterior Rendering, Exterior Front view of HD Theatre or 3D Interior Living Room Rendering with Style & Simplicity, Tejjy Inc. delivers all with a unique grace & finesse.

Special Mission for the Blue & Golds
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Special Mission for the Blue and Golds

Special Mission for the Blue and Golds

The U.S. Naval Academy maintains a tradition of producing young men and women who will go on to lead one of the country’s five branches of the military. The academy expects excellence in the classroom and excellence in the sports arena. A plan was developed to make modifications to the Navy-Marine Corps. Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Maryland, one CSDA member had to be at the top of their game to complete a portion of this challenging project.

Purpose of Renovation 

The stadium was opened in 1959 and is home to the Navy Midshipmen football team, the Navy Men’s Lacrosse team, and the MLL’s Chesapeake Bayhawks Lacrosse team. The Naval Academy needed to renovate a section of a mid-level wall in the 34,000-seat venue to incorporate elevator access to new skyboxes at the east end or “gold” side of the stadium. There was only a short time available to carry out this renovation, as the graduation ceremony for the 2010 Naval Academy class was about to take place just two days after the work was due to start.

Stadium Details 

The mid-level exterior wall of the stadium consisted of two 8-inch-thick concrete walls with a small space between them. An opening measuring 14 feet wide by 4 feet tall was required and was to be included being safety sealed. Besides, further cutting work would be necessary some weeks later inside the stadium to allow the general contractor to connect the new skyboxes to the existing structure. This work would consist of cutting 136 feet of a concrete wall that varied in thickness from 8 to 12 inches.

Special Mission for the Blue & Golds

Aerial View of the Stadium

Project Stakeholders Involved in the Stadium Renovation 

Structure Tone, Inc. of Washington, DC, was the general contractor for the stadium renovation work. The company selected Viking Enterprises as the demolition contractor for the job, who then contacted CSDA member G&S Concrete Cutting of Rockville, Maryland, to perform the specialist cutting work that would create the specified opening. 

Quote from Operation Manager

“We were very proud to be called in on such a fast-paced, high-profile project,” said Rob

White, Operation Manager for G&S. “Viking Enterprises came to us because of our professionalism and ability to work within a strict time.” 

Proposed Plan for Creation

For the creation of the 14-foot-wide by 4-foot-tall opening, G&S proposed a plan to use a diamond wall saw to cut the section free. The general contractor was in agreement with this plan, and no other methods of demolition were considered. Alternative demolition methods, such as jackhammers, would have produced large amounts of debris and much more time would have been required to attain the precise dimensions of the specified opening. Before work commenced, G&S needed to subcontract a crane operator for the next day to hold the cut section of concrete during cutting and remove it. A 100-ton Liebherr crane was supplied. The following day, G&S arrived on site to set up equipment to begin cutting the opening. An operator core drilled two 4-inch-diameter holes through both 8-inch-thick outer precast and inner cast walls using a CB748 core drill from Diamond Products. The holes were to be used to thread through crane connections for the safe removal of the sections, once cut.

Implementation of the Plan

The cutting team, working approximately two stories up in a boom lift, used a hydraulic hand saw with a 20-inch Diamond Products blade to perform the wall cuts, before switching to an ICS 880 series chain saw to complete the corner cuts. Cutting and removal of both inner and outer wall sections, weighing 9,520 pounds and 5 tons respectively, were completed within five hours of the first day’s work. Following the successful completion of this cutting work within a short time scale, G&S was contacted several weeks later for another job.

Within three weeks, the contractor was asked to return to the stadium to cut and remove 136 linear feet of concrete from the top wall. The cutting work was split into eleven 12-foot-long sections that ranged from 8 to 12 inches thick. Some parts were to be cut by wall saw and removed by crane, while other sections had to be cut free using a hand saw and placed onto pallets for removal.

Corner cuts were made using a diamond chain saw.

Time Taken

New skyboxes were installed at the top of the stadium after cutting because of a 52-foot-long by a 5-foot-wide overhang on the part of the wall would not allow access by the crane. The team from G&S took 12 days to cut and remove the 12 sections of concrete. A Hydro stress wall saw from Tyrolit, with a 36-inch-diameter blade from Diamond Products, was used to make the cuts and wet vacuums were employed to collect and contain any slurry. Cutting of each section took three hours, while removal by crane took 30 minutes for each 4.2-ton piece from inside the stadium.

Challenges Faced 

The use of pallets to remove some of the cut wall sections worked well as an alternative method of removing those concrete sections with an overhang, but there were a couple of other factors that presented challenges for G&S. Water supply for cutting and the positioning of hydraulics at the work area required some extra effort. The cutting area was located 250 feet above the nearest water supply, so a water hose had to be run-up to the top of the stadium to allow wet cutting. The foundation and sections of the steel structure had already been set in place to construct the new skybox, so the positioning of the contractor’s truck and hydraulic equipment was limited. The general contractor was able to remove a section of fencing around the stadium to move the truck and equipment closer to the work area.

Cut wall sections were lifted out by crane or placed on pallets for removal.

Solution – Problem Solving Approach for Overcoming the Challenges

  • A 60-foot boom lift was utilized to position operators at the work face; therefore, safety harnesses were required to be worn and secured to the elevator at all times during cutting.
  • All other items of personal protective equipment were worn by the contractor’s team to ensure safe operations.
  • A 20-amp CB748 Diamond Products core drill was used to create the holes for the crane connections. 
  • Diamond Products also supplied the 20-inch-diameter blade for the hand sawing portions of the work, with an ICS 880 series chain saw used to perform the corner cuts.
  • Wall sawing of the 12-foot-wide sections at the top of the stadium was completed using a Hydrostress V465D1 saw from Tyrolit with a 36-inch-diameter blade from Diamond Products.

Result

  • The total amount of concrete cut at the Navy-Marine Corps. Memorial Stadium was 570 linear feet of 8- to 12-inch-thick wall sections. Both stages of the project performed by G&S were completed on time and within budget.
  • The project was a design-build that took only five months from design to completion. The new skybox area at the stadium was opened in September, and now fans of Navy’s sports teams can cheer on the blue and golds from this vantage point. 

Testimonial from CEO -”We are happy to have completed this work for the Naval Academy, and are pleased with the results,” said Preetie Ghotra, CEO of G&S.