Creating 2D Traditional Documentation.
The difference between the 2D Drawing Documentation and the BIM Information Model
The BIM model contains all the digital information of the existing building. It contains all the construction information and ensures the accuracy of the building. At the same time, all the 2D information can be extracted from the digital model. So, everything is interlinked with each other and the design could directly be imposed on the model. This means that the design and construction process will go smoothly. The reason is that the design is coordinated with the built drawings.
Phases of using the BIM Model
- creating an as-built building in an existing model;
- creating a new construction.
- demolishing parts of the existing building. Adding new additions in the construction phase. As well as temporary items.
How using the BIM Model will improve your work
Using the BIM Model will allow you to:
- Visualize and review the complex and unconventional shapes within the building;
- Improve your decision-making process. It allows you to see your building data in a more advanced and true way;
- Save you time and cost. If you forgot some details to capture, or you need to take more measurements. You will not need to visit the site again and again.;
- Increase the accuracy in comparison to the traditional workflow;
- Make your construction process go smoothly. The design is directly interlinked with the as-build (existing) model;
- Enhance the level of collaboration. The building information and digital model could be shared between the stakeholders efficiently.
Harnessing the power of BIM Point Cloud data can revolutionize the way Architects and Engineers approach projects, significantly enhancing project quality and efficiency. By seamlessly integrating as-built/existing project information into a comprehensive BIM Model, professionals can transcend the limitations of traditional 2D Documentation.
While creating 2D Traditional Documentation offers speed and accuracy in cutting data, it falls short of providing a holistic understanding of the entire structure. On the other hand, the BIM Model encapsulates all digital information, ensuring precision and interconnectivity. This digital model becomes a central hub for various project phases, from creating as-built buildings to new constructions and demolitions.
The advantages of using the BIM Model are manifold. It empowers professionals to visualize and review complex building shapes, thereby improving decision-making processes. Time and cost savings are substantial, eliminating the need for repeated site visits and facilitating accurate measurements. The construction process becomes smoother as the design seamlessly integrates with the existing model, enhancing collaboration among stakeholders.
Incorporating BIM Point Cloud technology not only increases accuracy but also streamlines workflows, ultimately leading to a more advanced and efficient construction industry. To explore the transformative capabilities of BIM Point Cloud further and discover how it can elevate your projects, contact us today. Let’s embark on a journey to revolutionize your architectural and engineering endeavors.