DB Schenker, a logistics company, successfully completed the construction of a sustainable 220,000-square-foot facility in Co. Kildare, Ireland. The facility, designed to meet LEED Gold certification standards, showcased DB Schenker’s commitment to sustainability and eco-friendly construction practices.
To ensure the project’s success, DB Schenker utilized construction cameras connected to a cloud-based platform for real-time monitoring and progress documentation. The cameras helped DB Schenker achieve its sustainability goals and maintain construction efficiency.
The Gate Report feature provided comprehensive insights into vehicle activity, facilitating cost control and independent validation of invoices. Integration with Matterport allowed for a 360º internal view, ensuring sustainability objectives were met. Evercam’s drone view provided a comprehensive overview of the construction project, while 4D simulation software enabled real-time visualization of the construction process.
By comparing the actual progress with the planned timeline using 4D BIM Compare, DB Schenker effectively monitored the project and made necessary adjustments.
The use of construction cameras helped DB Schenker achieve its sustainability goals, including reducing carbon emissions and implementing energy-efficient technologies. This case study highlights the benefits of construction cameras in sustainable construction and DB Schenker’s commitment to eco-friendly practices.
To embrace sustainable construction practices and achieve your own sustainability goals, consider implementing construction cameras connected to cloud-based platforms. These tools can provide real-time monitoring, documentation, and insights that help streamline construction processes while reducing environmental impact. Start incorporating these technologies today and contribute to a greener future for the construction industry.