In this new project, Amberg's experience in BIM meets the company's expertise in so-called Nuclear Waste Management.
The contract includes the creation of the basis for the demolition of hot cells of the research centre's experimental reactors. Spatial and structural models, as well as individual models for each type of equipment such as ventilation, fire protection and radiation protection, are to be created.
The models created on the basis of the point clouds and the existing as-built documentation will enable the plant operator to plan the demolition in individual visualised steps. It should be possible, for example, to derive demolition states and their course as well as various contaminations.
"The new contract is a project for the future for the Amberg Group, because it combines the individual competences of the group: data acquisition by scans, BIM modelling and providing logistics. We are pleased to be able to offer the customer all this from a single source," says Alejandro Garcia, Head of BIM Department at Amberg.
The Jülich Waste Management Company for Nuclear Facilities is responsible for the orderly demolition of contaminated nuclear sites at Forschungszentrum Jülich.
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