power of bim
Why we use BIM and how our clients benefit from it?
BIM provides a comprehensive and detailed virtual representation of a building, which can help to minimize errors and rework, and provide more accurate cost estimates and schedules. With a BIM model, investors can have a better understanding of the project's cost, schedule, and performance, allowing them to make informed decisions and mitigate potential issues on all phases of the project. By using BIM, construction projects can be executed with greater safety and predictability, resulting in a built environment that is more sustainable and resilient. Additionally, a BIM model enables higher-qualitiy service delivery for investors, and can help to attract more funding and investment opportunities by demonstrating the project's potential and value.
BIM project development benefits
Integrating the information of cost to a model allows the investor to estimate and track project costs in real-time as the project progresses, leading to enhanced cost management and a reduction in project overruns.
Early-stage design's financial implications
In the initial phases of design, incorporating a BIM model can have a considerable positive effect on a project's finances. This is due to the model's ability to provide precise and comprehensive information on each stage of the project, such as material specifications, quantities, and potential cost-saving opportunities, resulting in improved accuracy and efficiency.
Scheduling the construction process
BIM modeling can be enhanced by incorporating the time dimension into the 3D model, which enables clients to visualize the construction process's progression and identify potential scheduling or sequencing issuesbefore construction begins.
Efficient and sustainable building design
BIM enables early analysis of a building's energy consumption and accurate prediction of energy requirements throughout its lifecycle. This results in more efficient and sustainable building designs by accounting for various stages of a structure's life.
Reduction of errors
Organising the workspace in a cloud based CDE (Common Data Environment), enables to identify and resolve design clashes and conflicts between various building systems and disciplines, regardless of the project size. As such it can vastly reduce errors and rework during the construction phase.
Following completion, the model provides building managers with the ability to oversee and track crucial asset information such as maintenance and operational manuals, warranty details and technical specifications among others, for future reference and optimization of maintenance costs.