Modeling Services


Modeling Services

3D modeling of all dicsiplines including architecture, structure, mechanical, electrical, interior design, landscape, is the first step towards implementation of BIM in project. In the process of BIM, 3D modeling is an integrated job. This means that different designers of all dicsiplines work in an integrated environment and produce a single integrated model. So they can be informed from the last changes in other dicsipline's designs
and make neccessary changes for their plan accordingly. This unified model acts as the key tool to be linked to a database which contains properties, proportions, costs, and time schedules of the project. 3D modeling of a project leads to a better understanding of design for all stakeholders, due to the visualisation. On the other hand, this process will deliver the designs with more quality.

Our Modeling Services

3D Modeling of All Dicsiplines
Quantity Take-Off and Cost Estimation
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Constructability Review and Clash Detection
Virtual Reality (VR) Design Review
Energy Analysis

3D Modeling of All Discipline

The first step towards Implementation of BIM in project is 3D modeling of all dicsiplines including architecture, structure, mechanical, electrical, interior design, and landscape in an integrated environment, which leads to production of a single integrated model.

These models contain sets of objects which have common properties. The term "family" refers to any group of elements that share common properties. These families are modeled according to the equipment in each discipline. Modeling of project families is part of the process of modeling.

Virtual Reality (VR) Design Review

The BIM model is used to validate design in accordance with the requirements of the employer and other non-technical stakeholders. BIM helps stakeholders maintain a common understanding, regardless of the amount of their knowledge. In this process and in meetings, stakeholders view a 3D model and provide their feedbacks to validate multiple design aspects. These aspects include evaluating meeting the program, previewing space aesthetics and layout in a virtual environment, and setting criteria such as layout, sightlines, lighting, security, ergonomics, acoustics, textures and colors, etc.
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QTO & Cost Estimation

Another important BIM use is cost estimation with high accuracy and quality at the fastest time possible. Due to the object-oriented BIM model, geometric information and dimensions of all elements are available. Therefore, using special software can easily measure any part or the whole project in just a few moments. This BIM feature allows designers to observe quantity take-off and estimation and the cost effect of design changes over time with high accuracy and relatively low time compared to traditional QTO and estimation methods.

Constructability Review & Clash Detection

Constructability is a process in which the various elements and parts of the model from different disciplines are integrated and the Constructability analysis is performed with the help of relevant contractors in the various disciplines. Clash detection software can be used to identify clashes between model elements in the process of clash detection. The designer, in collaboration with the contractors, can identify the elements of mismatch and clash using 3D models. Identified overlaps can be notified to the designer and necessary modifications are made prior to construction to prevent reworks. Subcontractors can also use the mode

Facility Energy Analysis

The BIM Use of Facility Energy Analysis is a process in the facility design phase which one or more building energy simulation programs use a properly adjusted BIM model to conduct energy assessments for the current building design. The core goal of this BIM use is to inspect building energy standard compatibility and seek opportunities to optimize proposed design to reduce structure's life-cycle costs.