Our BIM cunsulting services which provides implementation, consulting and support services for firms who are planning to implement, currently implementing or already using Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an intelligent model–based design process that adds value across the entire lifecycle of building and infrastructure projects. Implementing BIM will result in changes to your design process, drawing production, and project team organization. Collaboration will become even more important.
Internally, BIM adoption usually results in broad organizational changes based on new and/or different staffing needs. BIM increases efficiency, especially for construction documentation, enabling firms to do more with less. As a result, project staffing tends to shrink slightly (usually in the drafting ranks) and more effort is expended on value-added activities during design. In many cases, the expertise needed for the value-added tasks may be different than what your firm currently employs. For example, digital design models can be used for very sophisticated energy modeling and environmental analysis—facilitating sustainable design. To capitalize on that new opportunity, your firm may decide to hire additional LEED-accredited analysts. BIM designs can also be used for construction cost estimating, procurement, and even digital fabrication. These enhanced capabilities typically need specialized expertise and may lead to staffing changes.
The transformative power of BIM is worth the effort. It is already a boon for many in the industry who are realizing increased efficiency, productivity, and quality. Equally as important, according to the 2009 SmartMarket Report, the vast majority of users report seeing positive returns on their investment in BIM.
Even more powerful than the productivity gains is the potential that BIM offers to help enable AEC professionals and owners design, visualize, simulate, and analyze the key physical and functional characteristics of a project digitally before they build it. Using information within the model, everyone on the project team can make better, more-informed decisions across the entire project lifecycle of building and infrastructure projects.
Planners can select optimum sites. Architects can produce more accurate designs with fewer errors, less waste, and closer alignment to the owner’s vision. Engineers can increase coordination with architects and other engineering disciplines, improving the reliability of their designs. Contractors can make sure that constructability issues are flagged early on when changes are less expensive to make. Ultimately, owners will be able to use the models far into the future as the basis of a comprehensive facilities and asset management program.
Adapting to the advantages BIM offers requires investment in staff, processes, and technology. Approaching these changes with a positive attitude will speed the transition and allow firms to quickly realize the productivity and quality gains possible with BIM.
Linetek System has partnership with Beck Technology and Eagle Technology.
Beck Technology's DPrfiler is a fast 3D modeler and estimation solution and Eagle Technology's Prometeus MMX is an efficient Facility Management solution.
Especially, Beck Group has a history more than 100 years and contains great amount of know-hows in Architecture design and construction.
We want to have a chance introducing their software solutions and experience to our customers.