Battersea Phase 2
BATTERSEA PHASE 2
Completion Date: 2021
Battersea Power Station was built in two parts in the 1930s and 1950s. The current redevelopment plans were realised following the purchase of the power station by a Malaysian consortium in 2012. Construction on phase 1 of the project began in 2013.
We were commissioned by TÜV SÜD Wallace Whittle to deliver a mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) modelling project for the Phase 1 Redevelopment of Battersea Power Station. The project involved the creation of fully coordinated MEP BIM models for 170 apartments within a six-month time frame. This required management and delivery of a substantial, high quality modelling resource working within a collaborative environment.
The success of this MEP modelling project relied on the early definition of processes and access for all parties to standardised information. This included a model template containing all the necessary geometry and data.
In less than three weeks we had set up the structure, processes and quality checks to begin the modelling programme. Basic training, supporting training materials and validation checks were provided together with guidance for the engineering and modelling teams.
Additional content acknowledgement and thanks goes to:
Battersea Power Station Development Company