The roles in a BIM coordination
It is important to know the role of each stakeholder in a BIM coordination so as not to leave anything to chance. At Link-BIM, we perform the roles of general BIM coordinator and BIM manager.
These two new professions in the building sector have the mission of making the link between the digital world and the field. They support the agents in the production of their deliverables in order to achieve the BIM objectives. Among the agents, we find the coordinators and the BIM modellers.
The coordinator is responsible for reporting information from a BIM session to the production team. They therefore organises the work in order to guarantee deadlines and quality. The BIM modeller is the producer of the 3D model, in direct contact with the project manager.
Why use BIM coordination?
The usefulness of spatial coordination no longer needs to be demonstrated. It helps to control conflicts and limit the number of errors on all types of projects during execution. A well-coordinated model is the working basis that can then be used to meet other BIM objectives, such as 5D, for submissions or execution monitoring.
The financial gains are undeniable, although today it is difficult to obtain precise figures on the savings actually made because each project remains a prototype.
We carry out this service with business involvement. Indeed, before being BIM Managers or global coordinators, we are trades people who have worked for many years on construction projects as works supervisors and project managers.
Our working method makes the difference because we draw inspiration from scrum and methods from other sectors of activity to reduce delays and improve the quality delivered.