We enable the AEC industry to implement the latest BIM technology. Our experts provide training and recommendations to the organizations, enthusiastic about using BIM in their construction workflow. Our professionals make BIM strategy focusing on the tangible and intangible staff training requirements. While framing the BIM strategy, we consider some of the following elements:
- Estimating the Cost & Benefits of BIM Implementation
Our experts assess the cost and benefits of BIM by considering the short term as well as the long term expenditure. Usually, we associate the short term with upgrading technology and staff training. On the other hand, we relate the long term costs to the transition period during which a company moves from an existing work process to BIM implementation. After the transition period, BIM becomes an asset for a construction firm, with financial boosts from every angle.
- Preventing Waste
- Saving Time & Cost
- Conversing Energy
- Enhancing Coordination
- Improving Deliverables Our Work Process
We evaluate the ratio between the outgoing costs and cost benefits to work out which BIM implementation is appropriate and assess the risk. Accordingly, we modify the BIM strategy and make it suitable for the short or long term use of an organization.
- Acquisition of New Software
Purchasing the right software is significant for any BIM strategy. Our team evaluates various BIM software packages online about the software system currently used by a company. We compare several options about their capability and compatibility in developing a competent BIM strategy.
- Integration of BIM Principles into Existing Work Process
Our professionals are adept in creating BIM strategy, combining existing workflow with BIM procedures. We identify useful mechanisms in the prevailing systems and retain them in the new work process.