BIM software is used by architects, engineers and builders to design buildings or any other complex construction BIM allows the designer to create visualize and modify digital models of building designs. In BIM data is directly added to the model dictating materials, functions, size and related information and this data can be linked to the elements of the model.
BIM saves up to 50% of the time by eliminating design changes in the later stage using standard design elements solving complex construction issues before the project goes on site and avoiding clashes. BIM gives an advantage of automation within the model to check design integrity by producing fabrication and construction drawings from the data. Check out BIM Services now
All stakeholder architects, engineers, and contractors use a single, shared 3D model working in collaborative relationships. This ensures everyone is focused on delivering the best output at every stage.
BIM makes possible swift and accurate comparisons of different design options, enabling the development of more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable solutions.
BIM projects can be visualized at an early stage, giving engineers and architects a clear idea of design intention and allowing them to change the design to achieve the outcomes accordingly. BIM also enables the project team to ‘build’ the project in a virtual environment. The pre-planning and procurement of materials, equipment and manpower can be done with BIM which gives better predictability of the project.
The fire modeling capability of the 3D BIM Model enables the design to be optimized for public safety. Operational safety can be enhanced with the use of BIM. This overall minimizes construction risks by reviewing complex details before going on site.
Solutions can be cost-effectively optimized against agreed parameters through the use of new modeling technologies of BIM.
By using a single 3D model interface issues can be identified and resolved in advance of construction eliminating the cost and time when redesigning. The model also fits new and existing assets smoothly.
BIM helps to reduce waste by precise programmed scheduling which ensures just-in-time delivery of materials and equipment. More efficient material handling and waste recovery are possible with the automated fabrication of equipment and components.
BIM models contain all the information from the commissioning, operation, and maintenance activities of the project. For example, it manages the interactive 3D diagrams showing how to reassemble equipment items and specifications allowing replacement parts to be ordered.
BIM gives continuous feedback information about the performance of processes and items of the equipment driving improvements on consequent projects.