BIM-Based Project Management Services
BIM can be used to facilitate project management. Using a digital model enables project manager to plan construction processes faster and more optimized, and to reduce errors and clashes throughout the construction phase. BIM enables simulation of construction process before it is built. Benefits of BIM for project managers includes easy constructability review, fast and precise quantity take-off and cost estimation, enabling implementation of lean construction concepts for project, enabling optimized planning and scheduling using construction simulation, enabling prefabrication of building elements, and facilitation of delivery process.
A process in which BIM/GIS tools are used to evaluate properties in a given area to determine the most optimal site location for a future project. The site data collected is used to first select the site and then position the building based on other criteria
Time & Cost Schedule
Project time scheduling involves producing the project breakdown structure, defining activities, sequence of activities and estimating the duration of activities based on project planning principles. The cost breakdown structure of the project is also provided here.
Site Utilization Planning
Using 3D models, it is possible to optimize locations for temporary warehouses, site access, and location of large equipment such as tower crane.
Construction simulation allows you to identify and think about critical safety-related parts.
In this model, time is added to the three-dimensional model, and all activities are connected to their respective elements in the model so the schedule is provided visually to the employer.
Project cost estimation is done automatically by linking project elements to the corresponding activity and then defining the project cost list.
Project Time Control
Using the 4D model, everyone, including the employer, will be able to easily control the project and its time progression using an intuitive model. Parametric nature of BIM models allows us to filter the progress of each subcontractor.
Project Cost Control
This process includes preparing daily reports, recording daily progress, preparing detailed schedule, and delay reports. Using BIM software, people within the construction site have access to the BIM model, and due to the precision of the volumes, the project progress record can be tracked at a very high accuracy