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November 2004

Millennium Dome, London. Olympic bid 2012.

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ChangePlan Ltd calculated the distortion affects produced by placing straight lettering onto the curved surfaces of the Millennium dome, London. We then applied distortions to the original artwork for the London 2012 Olympic bid. The banner was made up of 16 panels (24m high x 4.5m wide) printed by Macro Art. When the panels were joined, the resulting banner followed the curvature of the Millennium dome, London, so that when a banner was anchored 1m above the surface. The lettering and graphics would appear straight when viewed from above, as the members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), flew in and out of London.

1998 to 2004

AutoCAD Customisation

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ChangePlan Ltd formed a close and long-standing working partnership with >Byrum UK Ltd (now Byrumlabflex Ltd), in providing laboratory & hospital storage systems across the UK and internationally.
We developed a bespoke AutoCAD application extension (using menu customisation, autolisp, activeX, etc.) to build a library of their range in 2D and full 3D to enable designers to quickly and efficiently produce 2D & 3D layouts.
From the start (using AutoCAD r10) we modelled all parts, using layers to separate the 2D representation (symbol) and the full 3D accurate model, allowing draughtsman to work on 2D plans, whilst still producing the full 3D layout.
Accuracy is key, when installing precision manufactured units, and with routines controlling then placement of frames, worktops, and units, ensured complete accuracy, enabling conflicts to be identified in the design process.
Elevations and views were then accessible instantly from the model ensuring accuracy and a true interpretation to the client of the end result.
This has evolved into the parts being used for accurate visualisations at the onset of the design process, ensuring the client can see, in full detail, the intended design and can make, previously prohibitive, revisions to their concepts without the usual costs, delays, and waste.
An additional drawing management system was developed, allowing accurate tracking and time costing of drawings against projects and cost centres within a central database.
Also, due to the nature of their particular field, the application can grow and be extended in house as more and new products are taken on by the company, giving them full control, and allowing the business to grow. Bespoke software development offer many unseen benefits.

November 2011

Loft Extension in Cambridge

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ChangePlan Ltd designed a loft extension for a mid terraced house in Cambridge. We advised the client on various options to best fit their needs. We then took the designs through the Planning and Building Control phases. ChangePlan Ltd also assisted with the project management the job, ensuring the whole project was on schedule and within budget.

2007 ~ 2013

Conversion and construction of Offices, warehousing & starter units

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After obtaining planning permission, ChangePlan Ltd drew up plans to convert various old barns into Offices and warehousing. After the success of the conversion, the client went on to expand the site, offering further warehousing and bespoke start up units. ChangePlan Ltd was closely involved at all stages, from initial concept, through the planning stages, creating working & construction drawings, and project managing the construction through to the handover to the new tennants.

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