Moving to 3D BIM: the guide for each stage of the construction

  • 12.09.2022
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How to achieve great 3D BIM projects?

Meet the challenges at all stages of your 3D BIM projects!

Discover the best 3D practices and get a complete overview of your digital projects.

Why now is the time to move to 3D BIM?

Overcoming project challenges at every construction stage

Today, there is a wide range of construction technology to choose from. While no technology can do everything, the technology you do choose must keep your data safe, can be accessible by a wide range of users, and can be integrated to support into each phase of the project.

Meeting these criteria calls for a 3D BIM vision and technology.

In this white paper, we’ll take a closer look at how 3D BIM creates a well-defined process that enriches the project with better quality, less failure, more collaboration, and permanent monitoring at each stage of the project:

  • Design/Conception
  • Construction/Execution
  • As-built
  • Operation & Maintenance
  • Renovation

3D BIM removes barriers to tech adoption and facilitates a seamless interplay of all participants along the value chain and throughout a project’s life cycle.
Including non-digital natives.

In summary, you’ll learn how to maximise communication and efficiency throughout the entire lifecycle of your building. Because while the challenges of each phase may be different, the desired result is the same: successfully meet the requirements of each phase and complete the entire project on time and on budget.

Moving to 3D BIM at all stages of the construction

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Why moving to BIM in construction?

Owner cost lifecycle of a building

The world is changing faster than ever before. Consider two of the most significant trends impacting the world – and the construction industry—today: shifts in global populations and sustainability.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) reports that the population of the world’s urban areas is increasingby 200,000 people per day. These people need affordable housing, social, transportation, and utility infrastructure.

But the nature of these structures is also in transition. With 30 percent of greenhouse gas emissions attributable to buildings, governments worldwide are looking for ways to reduce these emissions and create innovative, more sustainable buildings built with a purpose.

  • BIM facilitates collaboration among all stakeholders – from early design through to O&M and even to the decommissioning phase – and thereby holds out the promise of large efficiency gains. All stakeholders can contribute information to and extract information from the central model.
  • By providing a lifelong view of construction projects, including the TCO, it offers owners great benefits in the commissioning and operations phase, and enables new business models, particularly in asset management.
  • Such a life-cycle BIM eventually produces a continuous build-up of know-how, by enabling a seamless flow of information across different construction phases and stakeholders.
  • By providing a neutral and unbiased view, BIM can also contribute greatly to creating a level playing field in this regard, and more effective dispute resolution.

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