of a BIM project
A BIM project, or Building Information Modelling project, is a collaborative working method that allows you to design, build and operate a building in an efficient and optimised way. This method is divided into three phases: study, execution and operation. The execution phase is the one that allows the project to be carried out using the data and information collected during the study phase. It consists in setting up the plans, the digital models and the management tools necessary for the construction of the building. This page will focus on this crucial phase of the BIM project.
Mastering the execution phase of a BIM construction project is of paramount importance to ensure on-time delivery and respect the allocated budgets. The client’s satisfaction is a central concern throughout the construction of the structure. Link-BIM provides you with structured processes for optimal management of the realisation of your BIM projects. We support you in the implementation of BIM tools for effective monitoring of these processes.
Who is BIM execution monitoring for?
Economic advantages of BIM execution monitoring
How to implement it in a BIM project?
Our solutions for an optimised execution phase
Our solutions are based on various technologies, including the use of our Trimble X7 laser scanner to monitor discrepancies between reality and 3D models. The HoloLens guarantee dynamic and constant monitoring of the works management.
We also carry out continuous monitoring of the models of the agents in order to detect any possible modification and to evaluate its impact on the project.
The observations all converge on the BCF format on a collaborative platform that brings together all the comments of the project.
We are currently designing innovative solutions in-house, with the aim of providing constant innovation on your job sites. We also offer BIM training to help you optimise the use of these tools. In addition, we are committed to facilitating the exchange of structured data between all site stakeholders. We look forward to introducing you to these new methods.