Building Information Modeling is the foundation for investment lifecycle information management. Are you ready for maximum transparency, safety and cooperation?
The nature of large, complex construction projects means that delays can happen and costs can inflate quickly. This can also lead to public criticism and damage company reputation. How can digitalisation help overcome these challenges?
- How can new construction projects be carried out efficiently and safely?
- How can revamps with limited space or tight schedule be optimised?
- How can costs be predictable and deadlines kept without delay?
- How can infrastructure be maintained to ensure operational reliability?
- How can the entire lifecycle be modelled and operational costs calculated?
Traditional building design was largely reliant upon two-dimensional technical drawings. Building Information Modeling (BIM) extends three dimensional visualisations (3D), enabling the augmentation of spatial dimensions (height, length, width) with both time (4D) and cost (5D). Building Information Modeling (BIM) can help to revolutionise the way engineers and owners collaborate and significantly improve the planning process to minimise such issues.
- The model is developed in a coordinated and time efficient way. Design changes can be incorporated promptly and easily.
- The client has maximum transparency during the entire planning phase.
- Eonomic data and knowledge of day-to-day operation enrich the model in the design phase.
- Data for surface models is compiled with laser scanning or photogrametry enhanced with visual material from drone photography.
- Facilitates efficient planning and reduces scope for errors as well as stagnation on construction sites
- Promotes a high level of cooperation for multidisciplinary and virtual teams
- Offers a virtual reality that enables clients to review alternative construction possibilities and take comprehensive decisions
- Offers the possibility to calculate future operational and maintenance costs. The final BIM model can be deployed during the entire lifecycle of a project