This case study examines Murphy Ireland’s utilization of Evercam’s innovative construction camera technology for their Ringsend Phosphorous Fixation and Recovery Project. The project involves the construction of the Ringsend Wastewater Treatment Plant in Ireland, aiming to reduce phosphorus released in treated effluent and recover it for sustainable fertilizer production. To address the challenges of managing multiple projects across different locations and site constraints, Murphy Ireland implemented Evercam Construction Cameras for remote project monitoring and documentation.
The integration of construction cameras and Building Information Modeling (BIM) provided benefits such as remote monitoring, live view, video recording, and overlaying BIM models with real-time images. The cameras facilitated construction sequencing, off-site fabrication, assembly logistics, access planning, and communication with the plant owner.
The project achieved significant milestones, including the successful lifting of the Pearl reactor, and the 4D construction simulation received positive feedback. Future steps involve leveraging machine learning, AI, and further integrating 4D construction sequencing into everyday work. Evercam’s software played a crucial role in planning and implementing construction activities, providing transparency, responsibility, and access to reports and BIM data for the project team.
Overall, the deployment of Evercam’s technology enhanced remote project management, coordination, and construction efficiency for the Ringsend project.