The AEC industry: A New Approach To BIM
Many contractors are already familiar with what is BIM (Building Information Modeling), what does BIM do, how does implementing the BIM lifecycle into your project helps you to increase your project team’s efficiency and productivity, and so on…
Years back when BIM was newly implemented, professionals mainly uses the portion on 3D modeling using Autodesk Revit which are split into 3 main disciplines Architecture, Structure, MEP and finally importing the models into Navisworks Manage, another powerful Autodesk software which allows the project team to consolidate civil, architectural, structural, and MEP models into one BIM model better predict project outcomes, reduce conflicts and changes, and achieve lower project risk.
So.. What is BIM?
More than just producing models in 3D format, Building Information Modeling (BIM) encompasses the entire building life cycle. BIM includes all phases of the design process, from model creation, to construction, and ending at operations and maintenance. Using a BIM workflow, the different project team members will get to experience how a design changes throughout the BIM process, and how the changes affect the BIM model.
Introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM) Lifecycle
What is the “in” thing which expedite the Revit modeling in BIM process?
Scanning! – The magic word. Modeling can be made even more efficient and accurate by scanning, importing, and taking the advantage of auto-stitching using Matterport camera!
The Matterport camera is a magical helper which helps the Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry by allowing the project team to easily make full use of the data scanned to transform into As-built models which significantly decreases the time spent on creating a model for the project.
Matterport 3D Scanning for AEC
It is never late to adopt and implement a workflow which will help to increase the efficiency, productivity, and quality of your project team!