Building Information Modeling (BIM) is much more than just an abbreviation. BIM is the “alloy” of design, construction process, passion and competence. That helps our engineers create the future.
Costs and resources
BIM provides reliable construction cost estimates long before the construction phase begins.
Engineers can estimate costs related to:
Shipping of prefabricated or modular pieces
Choose more cost-effective materials
Reduce human errors that lead to project delays or costly repairs
Efficiency and shortened project lifecycle
Generally, the faster you complete the phase of construction, then less money you spend on the project overall. Finishing the project on time or earlier speeds up your eventual return on investment, as the investors can start using the space as soon as possible.
BIM improves communication among architects, clients, contractors, and other relevant parties involved in the project. That’s because BIM relies on a “single source of truth” system. This means that all of the relevant information—including models, estimates and design notes—are shared and stored in one place. Everyone involved in the project can see the information and even offer suggestions of their own.
More opportunities for prefabrication and modular construction
BIM software is ideal for making detailed production models that can later be prefabricated off-site. TEBIN engineers also have more opportunities to design modular pieces of construction that fit perfectly together and include complex tolerance calculations.
While the benefits of BIM are most evident in design and construction processes, clients may also notice improvements in building quality. Using BIM makes calculations and models more detailed and accurate, and this results in a higher quality structure.
Moreover, the structure may look more aesthetically pleasing, because BIM process includes multiple visualization tools.
TEBIN use BIM even during the construction process. That`s why your resources may go further. If you want to build a dynamic structure as efficiently as possible, take a closer look at what BIM and VDC construction do.