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FDOT D3 & Atkins Utilize 123BIM

June 3, 2020 | Uncategorized | No Comments


Exploring a Solution: With schedules tight, and client in-house resources stretched, 123BIM was invited to deliver rapid design visualization to not just augment the process already well underway, but deliver a solution focused on communicating complex engineering design solutions to the stakeholder public at the upcoming Public Hearing.


During this time of social distancing, agencies and companies are choosing to limit exposure to the COVID-19 by working remotely and cancelling public gatherings, but that doesn’t mean public involvement meetings have to stop. With nothing to download and nothing to install, 123BIM web collaboration technology facilitates remote collaboration within the project team and coordination…

Is Round or Square a Choice?

June 11, 2019 | Uncategorized | No Comments


  It is believed that the wheel was first used around 12,000 years ago and was “invented” many times by different societies that had no contact with each other. One of the challenges of public involvement meetings is to transfer engineering concepts to a non-engineering, decision-making stakeholder. Talk about pulling a cart with square wheels! …

123BIM’s Spiderman Feature

August 15, 2018 | Uncategorized | No Comments


If a stakeholder needs to see a view from a particular location, there's no need to re-render and re-schedule another meeting. With 123BIM's Spiderman feature, simply click and view for yourself! For more information contact:

What about Bob?

July 20, 2018 | Uncategorized | No Comments


What about Bob? comments or feedback.” What about Bob?  Not the movie character about a successful psychotherapist driven to distraction by an obsessive-compulsive patient, but Bob from a local community fretting at your public involvement meeting that his house or neighborhood is going to be paved over due to a proposed highway expansion.   What if…


When you hear no at a public involvement meeting, do you think road block or opportunity? If the aim of public involvement is to encourage purposeful input into the decision-making process, then this naturally opens the door to objections and outright no's. However, with the right tools that inform and build trust, you can overcome…

FDOT Service Provider status

April 13, 2018 | Uncategorized | No Comments


This week, Real Image Solutions (RIS) was approved as an FDOT Service Provider and are now pleased to offer RDV Systems’ 123BIM to engineers, designers and planners in search of interactive and immersive visual communication tools. 123BIM can also help public involvement firms communicate low and high-profile projects quickly and effectively, while building trust with…


  Have you ever left a public involvement meeting thinking it went well, but knowing that you and your design weren’t really understood by the non-technical stakeholder audience otherwise known as the general public? No doubt you and your team take intentional steps in the design process to minimize misunderstandings. Many risks are illiminated due…


If you are managing large infrastructure projects chances are you are not the visualization expert in your organization. Assuming that is the case, then this conversation will give you an overview of the visualization experts workflow, and equip you to navigate the budget v time challenge of Photorealism or Virtual Reality. Since its inception and successful…