BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING.
We’ve always been an enthusiast of new technology and are continuously evaluating leading-edge technologies. BIM combines geometry, spatial relationships, geographic information, quantities, and properties of building components into a single 3D model. This model is used to demonstrate the facility’s life cycle including the construction process.
BIM is an exciting and important tool that allows us to simulate a building project and understand its behavior in a virtual environment, all before construction begins. With over a decade of experience in this cutting-edge technology, we have accumulated thousands of models across various disciplines and understand the value this technology adds to each project.
We collect and visualize architectural data and manage scheduling, coordination, cost, and any variables that could affect the outcome of your project utilizing BIM software, Revit. The collected data for your project is indispensable during your design and construction phase. It is also useful throughout the entire building lifecycle in reducing operation and management costs.
- Improved visualization
- Improved productivity due to easy retrieval of information
- Increased coordination of construction documents
- Improved conflict and interference resolution
- Embedding and linking of vital information for specific materials, location of details, and quantities required for estimating and tendering
- Increased speed of delivery
- Reduced project costs
The Critical Importance of Clash Detection
BIM also allows us to engage in clash detection, a process of evaluation that identifies any inconsistencies within a design that could severely impact the construction process. Industry-wide, it is estimated that each clash costs roughly $20,000 and up to 200 hours of work time. With BIM, we can catch these errors early, in the design phase, saving you money and time to ultimately produce a better final product. Ultimately, your project will avoid significant delays and elevated costs with this additional measure we perform.