- Site Analysis
- Concept Planning
- BIM – Building Information Modeling
- Project Management
- Construction Supervision
- Cost Controlling
- Project Control
The vision is to leverage GEC as BIM Consultants and Information Managers that think strategically from the start, putting in place all specified goals to ensure an effective BIM implementation from start to finish. I strongly feel Big Data and BIM cannot be mutually exclusive. In fact ‘I” in BIM is all about data. Big Data is when the amount of data becomes part of the problem. The true power of data analytics and BIM is when we apply the data science to project model optimization.
With Futuristic Vision in Mind
Global consultancy firm McKinsey says ‘Next-generation 5D Building Information Modelling’ will shape the Future of Construction. Combining 5D BIM and augmented-reality devices will transform construction, maintenance, and operations. To get the full benefit of BIM technology, project owners and contractors need to incorporate its use right from the design stage, and all stakeholders need to adopt standardized design and data-reporting formats compatible with BIM.
Support for 3D modeling for construction, BIM Coordination, BIM for Planning, 4D Modeling, BIM for Quantity Take-off – 5D integration, BIM for FM – 6D Integration, Model QA/QC, Document Control and Information management, Change management for drawings and models and also produce high level of detail virtual mockups for project specific details.
BIM Centric or traditional Project Controls support for proposal development, marketing and active projects.
All of the above, in addition to, Project Admin Services including:
Assess – Align – Advance
Digital technology has the power to instantly connect people across the jobsite and around the globe. The full potential of Digital Transformation start with a desire from all impacted stakeholders to change the nature of how we work with technology, not against it.
Armed with an understanding of how each perspective is impacted by Digital Transformation, we engage in an open debate between contrasting preferences to find compromise and alignment around new digital collaboration standards.
The combination of shared policy standards and an empowered implementation SWAT team creates a recipe for Digital Transformation. Thanks to $490 Million in VC investment and a global market worth over $5.2 Trillion, there are plenty of technology solutions in the marketplace to go around. This rapid adoption phase requires a culture that celebrates failure on the path to continuous improvement.