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The BIM workflow aims to improve collaboration, reduce errors and conflicts, and enhance project coordination throughout the project lifecycle.

Work Flow


Project Planning

  • Define the project scope, goals, and objectives.

  • Identify the project stakeholders and their roles.

  • Establish the project timeline and milestones.


Detailed Design:

  • Further develop the BIM models with more detail and accuracy.

  • Perform clash detection to identify and resolve any design conflicts among different disciplines.

  • Generate construction documentation from the BIM models, including plans, sections, and schedules.


Facility Management:

  • Hand over the BIM models and associated data to the facility management team after construction completion.

  • Use the BIM models to manage and maintain the facility, including asset tracking, maintenance scheduling, and energy analysis.

  • Incorporate data from IoT sensors for real-time monitoring and optimization.


Conceptual Design:

  • Develop a high-level BIM model to represent the proposed design.

  • Collaborate with architects, engineers, and other stakeholders to refine the design concept.

  • Use BIM software tools to generate 3D models, including architectural, structural, and MEP (mechanical, electrical, plumbing) systems.


Construction and Coordination:

  • Utilize the BIM models for quantity takeoff, material estimation, and cost analysis.

  • Coordinate and collaborate with subcontractors, suppliers, and construction teams using the BIM models as a common data environment.

  • Monitor construction progress against the BIM models and update them as-built.


Integration with Other Technologies:

  • Implement interoperability between BIM software and other technologies such as augmented reality (AR) or virtual reality (VR) for enhanced visualization and client engagement.

  • Incorporate data from Building Management Systems (BMS) to further enhance building operations and energy efficiency.

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