Building information modeling

Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a three-dimensional intelligent model production process used in the construction industry to optimize project processes throughout their life cycle such as planning, design, construction and operation. Important features of BIM in the project are the integration, aggregation of all geometric, technical, time, cost and project information, the usability by all project participants as well as the identification of problems and problems related to planning, design and execution before the start of the construction process Counters and project cost estimates, prevention of rework in the project, creation of a schedule, visual and visual

view of the final project plan, assistance with optimal project management and implementation decisions, clarification of project elements, direct impact on reducing the cost and time of the project. It should be noted that in recent years the trend to expand the use of beams in construction projects has increased significantly worldwide, so that in many countries the use of beams in the project has become a legal requirement.

3D modeling of structures, roads, architecture, mechanical installations and electrical installations (3D)

Connect the schedule to the Beam model (4D)

Connecting the budget program to the Beam model (5D)

Meters and intelligent project estimation

Prepare a map of a three-dimensional model

Report Interference and Map Ambiguities (RFI)

Provide rendered images and animations of the 3D model

Preparation of custom project information model

Creating an inter-team communication system

Preparing a 360-degree image dashboard Introducing the project

Preparation of Walk Through model

Preparation of virtual reality and augmented reality AR/VR model