International leaders in construction and site logistic bid presentations, Visual5d, have become the latest tenants to move into Sensor City.

Visual5d (V5D) help contractors to win bids by presenting the programme schedule and site logistics into a visual narrative that is easily understandable to both a professional and non-technical audience.

Their animations are then shown during a bid presentation supported by stills supplied for the document submission and contain both the construction sequence of the build and the site logistics methodology.

When pitching against other contractors with conventional formats, such as 2D CAD plans and schedule tables, their 3D software allows clients to more effectively tell the story of the proposed build and enables clients to visualise the full development process.

Johanna Mylius, Managing Director, said: “V5D is a team of construction animators with a wealth of experience in the construction industry, with disciplines in BIM, architectural and engineering sectors.

“We have been recognised in the US edition of ENR as one of the leaders in 4d structural sequencing and we are proud of our reputation for delivering creative and innovative solutions for bid presentations.”

V5D works with building contractors in the UK, North America and Ireland, including industry giants such as Kier, Balfour Beattie, Morgan Sindall and Laing O’Rourke.

They are now looking to evolve their services by taking advantage of the on-site laboratory facilities and expertise within Sensor City.

John Ferry, Project Director, said: “Being based within Sensor City adds gravitas to what we’re doing.

“The innovation hub will aid the next stage in our development, and we’re excited to be able to experiment with VR modelling and 3D printing to give our clients a more interactive experience.”

To find out more about V5D, please visit their website.

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