Robotic Layout

Incorporating data in real time increases accuracy and productivity of field personnel.

RTS and other digital layout equipment help reduce the time and increase the accuracy of field layout.

During construction, laying out the points in real time for each of the building components for concrete, steel, utilities, interior walls, ceilings, etc., can be tedious and time-consuming. Leveraging the 3D geometry and data in the BIM model, Robotic Total Station (RTS) equipment and other digital layout technology can significantly reduce the time needed to locate and construct work via 3D model geo-referenced coordinate system to immediately locate, stake-out, and execute in the field without additional survey. Additionally, Haskell is able to provide round-trip as-built data back to engineers in the office, to understand exact anchor bolt locations, underground utility locations, piping penetrations, and any other critical information, to make design adjustments as necessary, thereby increasing project productivity and expediting schedule.

Director – Virtual Construction

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Clarifier tank and process piping

The planning and coordination of the construction interface between the new WWTP and our operating production facility have been very effective. The BC-Haskell team operates in an open and collaborative environment. Design or field construction challenges are addressed in a direct and objective manner with all parties focused on a common goal of successful project delivery and start-up."

Terry Farris
Director of Engineering, Bush Brothers & Company
View from above the exterior storage tanks

The planning and coordination of the construction interface between the new WWTP and our operating production facility have been very effective. The BC-Haskell team operates in an open and collaborative environment. Design or field construction challenges are addressed in a direct and objective manner with all parties focused on a common goal of successful project delivery and start-up."

Terry Farris
Director of Engineering, Bush Brothers & Company

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