BIM can be used in many ways for construction sites. From better planning resources and materials to improving collaboration between different disciplines. BIM is widely used to help keep projects on time and on budget.

BIM helps construction companies gain financial benefits, increase project efficiency, prevent on-site incidents, and increase safety. BIM provides greater insight to construction managers and all other stakeholders involved in the project.

Ways that BIM can be used on construction sites:

  • Gain a deeper understanding of different aspects of building design and construction in the pre-construction phase.
  • Eliminate bottlenecks through enhanced communication and collaboration between different disciplines such as Architecture, Structural, MEPF and Civil.
  • Accurate collision detection reduces rework.
  • Easily understand potential hazards while simulating different possible scenarios and strategies.
  • For existing & under construction models, construction managers can take advantage of digital surveying through Realistic Photography using 3D laser scanners, drones, etc.

BIM can empower construction projects through collaboration, on-site safety, and information management. It has the ability to anticipate and prevent construction challenges starting at the design stage itself, which is why construction companies are increasingly adopting BIM for construction projects.


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