Spotland worked for OK Nygaard on this contract. We were responsible for marking and surveying in connection with the renovation of J. C. Jacobsen’s Garden, owned by the Carlsberg Foundation. The garden was to be back to its original condition and the work continued during the summer of 2017. In continuation of the restoration, the garden has become a public urban space with a new noise barrier to the south and new accessibility to the north. A rainwater basin is also set up for sewage after cloud eruption, which also applies to trail systems and boundaries.
In Copenhagen, Spotland has provided machine management data, marking and monitoring of construction activities in and around the building complex KUA3 for OK Nygaard. In addition, the landscape project includes the construction of new coatings, plantations and accommodation in the surrounding areas and courtyards.
Banedanmark is building a new railway between Copenhagen and Ringsted via Køge. The stretches TP10, TP20 and TP30 extend from south of Avedøre Havnevej, going through Vallensbæk lake and end with 3 bridges at the interchange between M4, O4 and M11.
Spotland carried out 3D modelling for the contractor for machine control, analyses of earthwork logistics, 4D simulation of the bridge installation on TP30, volume calculations, visualisations, drone flights for surveying as well as traditional surveying, interim volumes and, finally, quality assurance.
The Danish Road Directorate is building the new Holstebro Motorway between Holstebro and Herning. The project includes motorway, various interchanges, bridges, tunnels, detention ponds and an extension of the northern ring road northwest of Holstebro. Spotland is a part of the project on the stretch from Måbjerg to Mejrup. Here, we build 3D models for machine control of formation level and roadbed, as well as detention ponds and launching areas supplemented with details such as topsoil thickness on slopes that make the stretches easier to execute.
In addition, we created 3D models of: Excavations for bridge foundations and tunnels, the design of gravel pads and models for staking out curbs. The 3D modelling is based on the supplied 2D project material. The models are supplied for machine control and surveying (for both Leica and Trimble equipment) on a continuous basis as designs are published or following revisions. Work in the field thereby always takes place based on the most recently updated designs from the client. Spotland also carries out traditional surveying and stakeout as well as interim volume calculations. The motorway is expected to open in its entirety in 2018.
In Copenhagen’s new district, Carlsberg City, Spotland supplied 3D machine control for a number of new roads in the form of formation level, roadbed and pipeline maps. Specifically, these are New Carlsbergvej, Pasteursvej, J.C. Jacobsens Gade, Bohrsgade and Constantin Hansens Gade.
The pipeline map for the stretches was initially supplied from the consultant as a 3D solid model. A well designed but complex model. Pipelines and cables are always reduced to 3D lines when they are used for machine control to facilitate the process. In connection with the Carlsberg project, the VDC department developed a program that generated lines at the bottom of all pipelines and cables as well as the bottom of all wells, which made the conversion of a 3D solid line for machine control considerably easier.
On the surveying side, Spotland supplied all staking out and surveying throughout the project, primarily with total station. Spot Land was also responsible for all delivery of documentation regarding the quality of the work performed.