Built in 1934, the Shrine of Remembrance is a high profile landmark in Victoria and one of the largest memorials in Australia. By 2020, it is expected that over one million people will visit the Shrine every year.
The recently completed $45m redevelopment project included a new gallery and education space underneath the Shrine with facilities for exhibitions, community research, and schools’ programs.
With no pre-existing drawings needed for construction, the Shrine was laser scanned and brought to life in a 3D model. The model works in unison with the digital Zuuse Work Order System which supports the preventative and reactive maintenance required for the Shrine and allows maintenance workers and/or external contractors to communicate in the field. Documents are stored in the central data system which is linked to the 3D model.