Did you notice how inconvenient it is to work with a geographically separated and diverse team of professionals in a single project? Some may be even in different countries or continents while working on a single complex project. To let them cooperate, you may have to convene endless meetings traveling from one geographical area to the other just to coordinate them. Well, this is costly.
Moreover, completing a large project could be challenging with regard to time schedules. There are too many components to account for and to manage time will be not only burdensome but cumbersome too. Because of that, there are often cost implications for missed time schedules and constructions are completed late. As a result, clients are dissatisfied. This is yet another reason why you should consider BIM modeling.
Furthermore, estimating costs of a project could be painstakingly burdensome for cost managers. They may have to perform quantity takeoffs by manually compiling a comprehensive list of every component to cost it. Imagine how time-consuming and tedious could that be. Meanwhile, the entire project comes to a standstill while the cost manager is estimating the costs.
Again, cost managers may find it challenging to re-estimate costs after every alteration to the original design. They may also struggle to know the kind of materials to buy at specific costs. All these inconveniences necessitate the need for BIM modeling that New York Engineers offers.
Clashes or collisions are common in construction projects, particularly large scale projects. They become more prevalent in 2D sketches and rarely in BIM models. The good thing with BIM models is that professionals can collaborate to prevent or resolve the clashes that might occur. Through our BIM coordination and management, we can help with clash detection and resolution.
Operating and maintaining large building complexes is yet another challenge that is cumbersome if done manually. Imagine having to keep an eye on every single component and building system. That would be a tough and costly job for the building owner. It’s hard to keep up to date with maintenance schedules in large buildings. With BIM modeling the job might be much easier hence you should unequivocally consider this technology.
One other inconvenience with construction projects is change orders. There could be a costly change order in the design. When using BIM modeling, the impact of change orders can be minimized because all architects and engineers collaborate to work on the designs. Changes are seen in real time and the model is updated promptly.
There are many reasons why you should consider BIM modeling for your future construction projects. Many projects went from design to constructions to completion smoothly without too many risks or to many requests of information. All thanks to the digitization of today’s construction projects. We have been helping many construction owners with this modern technology.