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02 Sep 2016

BIM Coordination utilizes software such as AutoCAD, Revit, Navisworks, Bluebeam and MEP Fabrication (for starters) to scale back conflicts between different trades (HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical, Fire Protection). Traditionally, these trades try and assist each other within the field to ascertain the very best locations for his or her equipment, piping or electrical systems. Unfortunately, this takes an amazing period of time outside the installers and is not very effective since theyre can not plan your entire project at the same time. What comes about when BIM Coordination is involved, we establish routing, elevations and locations for that Plumbing, Electrical, Fire Protection, and HVAC before or during construction. This provides for planning and RFIs (Request Information) to be submitted before they become costly mistakes within the field. Once coordinated, you have to provide coordinated files for the contractors. Once approved, each trade will sign off and lock the files from further edits (unless it can be needed, we can unlock these files for edits to fix additional problems that may arise). We then create detailed construction drawings to deliver for the installers, definitely exact locations for all systems theyll be installing. Installers can then be certain every bolt, pipe and clearance area continues to be planned out and will not result in a problem later down the road.
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This up-front planning enables smooth and straightforward installation for each and every trade-in the area. BIM Professionals focus on planning for field installation, with experience in the work as well as in area of. We learn how to save your time that will create one of the most cost effective installations. Enabling maximum profit and manageable costs through the entire project.
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