Building Information Modeling: A Valuable Tool for Home Builders
The Fundamental Benefits of BIM
BIM provides drawings, cross-sections and details in 3D. It provides home developers as well as owners with a better understanding of the architectural design. In addition, the accuracy of the 3D models reduces insurances, overheads and claims.
Meet Owners Taste and Style
BIM software helps home developers meet taste of prospective customers.
Expedite the Floor Planning
Floor planning is the pivotal component in a construction documentation set. BIM software expedites the floor planning and schedules. A typical CAD program can’t match the quality and speed Revit provides.
BIM Modeling helps to prepare accurate project estimates with a detailed cost analysis process, manage tenders, administer the contract, conduct field inspections and closely track the construction process to determine whether it is on schedule and adheres to budgets.
Quantity Take-off and Procurement
The material quantities can be automated and alternatives analyzed for better decision-making and risk management.
Automated Collision Checks
Due to parametric dimensional view, risks are mitigated easily and errors are corrected at early stages of design. The automatic coordination of changes offered by BIM eliminates mistakes and improve the overall quality.
Enhanced Collaboration and Productivity
BIM minimizes the fragmentation of information and enhances the collaboration through the integration of the parties.
BIM 4D and 5D
BIM model may be linked to schedule (4D) and Cost (5D), enabling visualization and analysis of the project.
Easy Approval from the Local Building Regulators
3D BIM modeling help is fast catching the favor of building regulatory authorities in approving building plans. Planning officers are increasingly showing their interests for construction visualizations while judging the constructability and sustainability.
Optimization of In-place Families like
(countertops, fireplace, etc); Wall Sweeps (Gutters, chair, etc.) and Interior Families (interior trim, lighting, etc.)
Achieve complex architecture and building practices because of a seamless connection between design and fabrication, expediting the manufacturing and/or fabrication of engineered building components.