3D Modelling & Detailing


3D modelling & detailing for External Wall Insulation (EWI) represents a transformative approach in the building design and retrofitting process. By utilising advanced 3D software, architects and engineers can create detailed and accurate representations of building exteriors for the application of EWI systems. This technology allows for precise visualisation and analysis of how insulation will impact the building’s aesthetics and structural integrity. It also aids in identifying potential thermal bridging points and assists in calculating the effective U-values post-insulation. Moreover, 3D modelling facilitates better planning and communication among architects, engineers, contractors, and clients, ensuring that the insulation is installed correctly and efficiently. It also helps in customising insulation solutions to fit unique architectural features or to comply with specific building codes. Overall, 3D modelling for EWI is an invaluable tool for optimising the design and implementation of energy-efficient insulation in both new constructions and retrofit projects.

Using Autodesk Revit, our Technical Specification team is prepared to aid in designs, from brand-new projects to retrofit amendments and beyond.


Alongside our specifications come technical drawings. As we can create any specification for any property type, we can also create any required technical drawings. With an expert in-house modelling team at all times, floor plans, jamb details, and CAD drawings are produced to support any specification.


Isometric Drawings

Isometric drawings offer a way to represent three-dimensional objects in two dimensions visually. They maintain uniform scale across all axes, allowing measurements to be taken directly from the drawing without conversion. These drawings are characterised by the angle between the axes’ projection, typically 120 degrees, creating a pseudo-3D effect. This method is particularly useful for visualising products, parts, and complex assemblies, providing a clear representation of how an object looks from a certain angle.

Orthographic Projection

Orthographic projection is a technique used to create a series of flat views of an object from different sides, typically the front, top, and side. These projections are arranged in a specific manner around a three-view drawing plane. Unlike isometric drawings, orthographic projections do not depict depth but offer precise dimensions and shape details. This method is crucial for engineering and architectural designs, allowing for detailed specifications and accurate measurements for construction or manufacturing.

Structural Drawings

Structural drawings are technical documents that detail the framework of a building or structure. These drawings outline the materials to be used, such as steel or concrete, and specify the dimensions and locations of all the elements that make up the structure, including beams, columns, and foundations. They are essential for ensuring the strength, stability, and safety of the construction. Structural drawings are used alongside architectural plans to guide the construction process, serving as a manual for builders and engineers.


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