The construction industry has gone through many ups and downs over the recent years. From productivity concerns to a raging pandemic and environmental impact- several factors have forced the industry to change the way it works. At the same time, the industry is also witnessing the influx of dynamic technologies like AR & VR, green construction, modular construction, etc. Amongst these, the application of BIM can bring massive benefits to the construction industry and can ensure sustainable project execution.
We at Ivan Dimensions specialize in offering BIM solutions to a variety of sectors including residential projects. Our experts use BIM to create clash coordinated 3D models of your residential projects and allow you to visualize your ideas in a virtual world. Such 3D models can reduce the time and cost of constructing the residential project and offer other phenomenal benefits to residential projects.
The application of BIM can offer immense benefits to every professional in the construction industry as illustrated below:-
Architects- Architects can use BIM tools for Visualization, collaboration, coordination, and analysis for making informed decisions and maximizing the building performance. The architects can use these tools for gaining early insight into the requirements of clients. Additionally, by making use of BIM tools the architects ensure that the projects they deliver are of the best quality and efficiency.
MEP engineers- BIM software helps the mechanical engineers to visualize and resolve clashes in the design phase- thus optimizing the efficiency of building elements. Ivan Dimensions offers MEP BIM modeling to ensure smooth execution of MEP projects.
Civil engineers- BIM solutions can improve team collaboration, reduce errors, increase the predictability of cost structures in complex infrastructure projects. Additionally, BIM facilitates the sharing of project information throughout the project lifecycle. This makes BIM a highly beneficial tool for civil engineers.
Structural engineers- Thanks to coordinated designs and other related documents provided by BIM, structural engineers can quickly make more informed decisions. Additionally, by using BIM they can automate the documentation process and produce superior designs to be used in the construction process. Further, the implementation of BIM can also reduce the work schedules by about 20%.