Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Managing construction projects, especially those with tight budgets and aggressive schedules, present complex challenges. The use of BIM (Building Information Modeling) allows our Project Management team to regularly exceed our partner’s expectations by consistently completing their projects on time and on budget.
Simply put BIM is the process of generating and managing critical project-specific information during the preconstruction, construction, and commission phases of a project. A typical BIM model uses three-dimensional, real-time dynamic modeling to identify and record dimensions and routings for our conduit, cable trays, and equipment locations. BIM generates and manages building data during the project’s entire lifecycle, starting before the ground is even broken. This helps achieve several important objectives. First, it can enhance the design itself by identifying potential constructability issues in advance, saving both the customer and contractor time and money. Simply put, this technology allows us to provide our customers with a high-quality product at a very competitive price.
The use of BIM also aids the construction process itself. Insights gained through the modeling process can make a significant difference in the quality and quantity of details produced during the preplanning process. The end result is a construction process that is both streamlined and efficient as well as productive, organized, and safe- all to the benefit of the entire project team.
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