How can you ensure you’re making the best decisions for your project, and communicate these decisions to your teams?
The objective: Being able to build faster, reduce costs and offer the property developer a building data model that will be of use throughout the property’s life cycle.
The solution: BIM
BIM is the process by which all data required for a building or infrastructure project is created, enriched, maintained and used, and can be applied at any stage in the life cycle of the building or infrastructure in question.
- Centralised information
- Collaborative approach
- Real-time information summaries
- A tool for scalable and adaptive design studies
Project management involves multiple challenges. Projects are becoming more and more complex, often developing within environments that are in constant flux.
In order to deliver a successful outcome, project managers must be capable of juggling a number of competing issues, constantly responding to new challenges regardless of the scale of the project they are responsible for.
These various challenges may involve:
- New and reinvented methods
- Strategies for Change Management
- Involvement of architects → New project culture
- The Virtual team → Communications strategies
- Project Management Office → Necessary for the delivery of an integrated project
- Ability to work in real-time → Necessary for integrated project teams
- Sharing of information
Due to the numerous advantages it offers, the use of BIM is becoming increasingly common in construction projects. As a tool for communications and exchanges between all operators in the sector, BIM ensures reliability of technical information, helping teams to avoid errors, especially on work sites.
We are constantly improving our working methods and the use of BIM within our future projects.