Building Information Modeling was originally used by architects and engineers in the early stages of design. So, what is BIM for construction and is it used differently? BIM creates a high-quality digital representation of the building. This representation can be used to predict performance, to estimate costs, and plan construction. It also has the ability to foresee problems in a project before ground breaks. It’s a technique and series of software programs that will be used more often in the coming years because of all their benefits.
We generate coordinated models using BIM and allow our clients to check possible interference along all building systems through 3D BIM Modeling Services. Our 3D BIM models help the construction companies to visualize schematic structures before construction and thus can offer better project planning for our clients. We detect clashed for eliminating major system conflicts before installation.
As a subcontractor, incorporating BIM might seem odd. It sounds like a tool for contractors, architects, and owners. Having access to the BIM model before starting a project allows subcontractors the ability to see what it is they’re supposed to do. It also gives subs the opportunity to share concerns that may have been overlooked by the management team. Subcontractors are experts in their fields and have the most to offer to projects. Subcontractor knowledge in the design and planning phase of a project can help reduce errors and substantial costs. Incorporating BIM or the programs necessary to review during the design and planning phase will give subcontractors, contractors, and owners the ability to address the significant risks and reduce them.