Role of BIM in Clash Resolution
Construction projects, both big and small, require the input of specialists who all have their own role to play. Sophisticated BIM software provides integrated tools for building design, construction, and civil infrastructure, enabling us to collaborate effectively with all AEC role-players and professionals from the planning phases to handover of completed buildings.
NY Engineers’ BIM modeling services help to streamline AEC projects, minimize waste, and reduce risks. Our BIM engineers create models to facilitate project coordination and collaboration, as well as risk mitigation, asset management, cost estimates, and logistic planning.
It is vital that all BIM models are reliable and adhere to industry best practices and standards. Our BIM model auditing services check the outputs to ascertain that all drawings, bills of quantity, and BIM models are all accurate and reliable. We can also help to validate BIM models at key times during projects. This can mean the difference between success and failure of a project.
But it is also vitally important that all the multi-discipline models developed for a specific building are coordinated so that our clients can identify possible interference of all building systems and gain total control of their construction projects. BIM software enables all project participants to view all models from one platform.
This is how BIM plays such an important role in clash detention and clash resolution.
Ultimately, we know that better coordination is essential for better outcomes. We also know that for any construction project to be successful, it is vital that all role players in the project are able to coordinate with others involved in the building project. This is why we undertake to simplify BIM coordination and detect real-time clashes, and in this way help you ensure that your project will stay on schedule and on budget.
Professionals using the traditional design process each have separate drawings that contain coordinated checkpoints they use to check for compatibility with the drawings of other professionals. Not only is this a time-consuming process, checking drawings and then discussing them in face-to-face meetings, but the process is open to human error too. Worse still, when incompatibilities are discovered, construction is often already in progress.
BIM software totally changes the game.