1/3 aerial view of campus
2/3 different view of campus
3/3 view of library
BIM.Technologies were involved as BIM Consultant on Royal Holloway, University of London’s new flagship Library and Student Services Centre.
The total development cost circa £48m and is a state of the art facility situated in a prestigious location opposite the College’s iconic Founder’s building, opened by Queen Victoria in 1886.
The completed building will provide 1,154 study spaces, 12.6km of book shelving and will achieve a BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Methodology) excellent rating with an internal gross area of 10,592m2.
BIM.Technologies worked closely with the design team to produce a BIM Execution Plan, set the project strategy and ensure a coordinated buildable design, through the use of clash detection, and ensuring teams were regularly sharing and collaborating on design information.
Osborne also used BIM.Technologies skills to produce a 4D construction sequence from the models, which proved a valuable tool in demonstrating site progress to the client and university team.