• JOHNSON CONTROLS

    Johnson Controls wanted to verify their new Shanghai Asia-Pacific Headquarters’ building was being designed and built to achieve expectations for operational efficiency, the company turned to MG and Autodesk to conduct a blind, third-party evaluation.

  • JOHNSON CONTROLS

    Johnson Controls wanted to verify their new Shanghai Asia-Pacific Headquarters’ building was being designed and built to achieve expectations for operational efficiency, the company turned to MG and Autodesk to conduct a blind, third-party evaluation.

  • JOHNSON CONTROLS

    Johnson Controls wanted to verify their new Shanghai Asia-Pacific Headquarters’ building was being designed and built to achieve expectations for operational efficiency, the company turned to MG and Autodesk to conduct a blind, third-party evaluation.

  • JOHNSON CONTROLS

    Johnson Controls wanted to verify their new Shanghai Asia-Pacific Headquarters’ building was being designed and built to achieve expectations for operational efficiency, the company turned to MG and Autodesk to conduct a blind, third-party evaluation.

  • JOHNSON CONTROLS

    Johnson Controls wanted to verify their new Shanghai Asia-Pacific Headquarters’ building was being designed and built to achieve expectations for operational efficiency, the company turned to MG and Autodesk to conduct a blind, third-party evaluation.

SOLUTIONS
OFFERED

MG’s consultancy team was challenged to evaluate the Building Information Model
using only Autodesk’s off-the-shelf resources without customization.

MG’s team of nationally recognized Autodesk professionals streamlined the data set and validated existing conditions and those in the BIM Model aligned identically.

Then, MG used the Autodesk’s too-often untapped analytic abilities to ensure the model was accurately capturing the Shanghai building’s operational performance in all measures.

PROJECT
OUTCOMES

Combining the MG team’s expertise and the power of Autodesk, Insight, and FormIt, MG confirmed that as designed, the building would performe within two percent of the outcomes projected by designers.

“This is uncanny—to see not only how close the results were but also how few hours were used to generate the schematic design, design development, and construction document models.” – Clay Nesler, Johnson Controls Vice President of Global Energy and Sustainability

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