WHAT IS BIM?
BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a set of tools that help generate a 3D Model of the project in all its specialties (Architecture, Structure, Facilities, Topography),
Scale 1: 1, which provides great benefits in all phases of the project, from planning, execution, monitoring-control, closure and even the operation of it.
It also functions as the set of tools to design a project and then obtain the necessary Plans for its construction.
BIM FOR YOUR INDUSTRY
The most efficient way to generate and manage a building during its life cycle using a dynamic software modeling the construction in three dimensions and in real time.
It will help you to reduce the waste of time and resources in the construction phase.
BIM VS. CAD
CAD applications mimic the traditional process of "paper and pencil" with electronic drawings of two dimensions.
BIM applications mimic the real process of construction. Buildings are built virtually by modeling them with real building elements.
• 92% of the Projects consider that the designer's information is insufficient to build.
• 90% of the projects are completed with an over cost of more than 10%.
• 95% of the projects do not end in time.
• 37% of materials are waste.
• Engineering comparison
• Elaboration of Generators
• Graphic control of the building progress.
• Cutting steel Reinforcement
• Programmed progress vs real
• Graphic control of OENE
• Workshop plans & As-Built
Previous visualization of the construction of the building, generation of views, "sales" to future clients, generation of 2D drawings in detail.
Work schedule, work program, budget in each phase; identification of extraordinary work.
Allows to anticipate conflicts between constructive elements by the virtual model before reaching to build it, decreasing the impact in phases later.
Best method that allows the reduce of deviations from the initial budget and saving in investing money.