TPS | 3d visualisation

3d visualisation

Advanced visualisation and 3D modelling techniques bringing concepts to life

3D visualisation


Our award winning 3D virtual models help architects and designers convey their ideas clearly and persuasively to a wide audience. We work across all construction disciplines, on all types and sizes of projects.

TPS uses the most advanced visualisation and 3D modelling techniques to bring concepts to life and provide accurate modelling of flows, tolerances, sight lines and functionality of architectural designs. Survey and design data from multiple sources can be integrated to provide a single, accurate 3D model.

From underground tunnels to new schools, corporate headquarters to urban regeneration schemes, our 3D visualisations are used by developers, clients and contractors to assist with costing and tendering, clash detection and programming as well as planning, marketing and stakeholder engagement.

Our visualisations assist clients with their safety messages, marketing strategy and communicating the benefits of a project to its users and stakeholders.


Steven Brunswick


Steve Brunswick




Our expertise includes:

  • Quick massing models to aid planning applications and site logistics

  • Virtual walk-throughs enable all parties jointly to optimise site layouts and building configurations, saving valuable time at an early stage.

  • 3D Character Animation

  • 3D Modelling from 2D plans or conceptual sketches for new products and photomontages

  • Accurately simulated light behaviour in visualisations

  • Photo-realistic rendering

  • Graphic design services

  • Video editing


Benefits to our clients


3D Visualisations can

  • act as a powerful tool to support sensitive or contentious planning applications.

  • aid developers, owners, occupiers and funders to optimise the value of their investment in property schemes by promoting their schemes and acting as a marketing tool

  • boost the project's marketing and ultimately future user interest.

Kigali Airport terminal refubishment
National Assembly for Wales 3D
Queen Alexandra Hospital safety video
Balfour Beatty