Ambuja Patna City Center, India
Pinnacle created the 3D BIM Model in LOD 400 for architectural, structural, site utility, site logistics, MEP and ﬁre protection trades for City Centre Patna to meet project objectives. Received NDTV Design & Architecture Award in 2014 for providing BIM services for this project, spread over an area of 982,975 sq. ft. (Residential – 298,163 sq. ft. + Commercial - 684,812 Sq.ft) comprising of two residential towers with 19 Floors (G+17+Roof+Above Roof) and 1 commercial mall with 14 ﬂoors (B+G+12+Roof), divided into 5 Blocks including Clock Tower and Service Block.
Msheireb Downtown Construction, Doha, State of Qatar
A promising project undertaken by Pinnacle Infotech, Msheireb Downtown Phase III – an innovative Hub is situated in downtown Doha, State of Qatar. The mixed-use township spread approximately on 390,000 sq. m comprises of 14 buildings, which includes a 22-storey hotel building, four basement levels offering parking space to 2,200 vehicles, retail spaces, upscale apartments, townhouses, mosques, hotels, cultural and entertainment center among others. The project is part of the world’s ﬁrst sustainable regeneration of a downtown area in a modern city, combining traditional local building practices and design inﬂuence with latest technologies in an energy efficient and environmental management. 150 Engineers, Architects and BIM professionals (130 In-house+20 Onsite Deputation) have worked on the project.
UMBC PAHB Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s (UMBC) Performing Arts & Humanities Facility (PAHB) is the home to the Earl and Darielle Linehan Concert Hall (PAHB 235), the Proscenium Theatre (PAHB 103), the Dance Cube (PAHB 337), the Black Box Theatre (PAHB 127), the Music Box (PAHB 151) and other venues. Situated on the west side of Hilltop Road in Baltimore, Md., U.S. and adjacent to the existing Fine Arts Building and Engineering and ITE Buildings, the purpose of constructing this single building with four Floors was to develop a new facility with an area of 171,029 GSF, consisting of Phase 1 Building with 89,695 GSF and Phase 2 Building with 81,334 GSF. Designed to be constructed in two phases, PAHB is a natural extension of the campus to the north, creating a strong relationship with the current campus buildings and enhancing the circulation of the campus. Read more on UMBC PAHB Baltimore Case Study.