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Interior design studio
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a dynamic process of creating information-rich models for the entire lifecycle of a construction project. As a project passes through different phases, the level of development in a BIM model also increases to different levels namely LOD 100, 200, 300, and beyond. A BIM model can be utilized for pre-defined specific purposes, commonly known as use-cases. According to project stage requirements and project complexity, specific parameters are added to the existing information contained in BIM. These additions of pre-defined used cases can be described as BIM dimensions.
Clash Coordination between all trade contractors results in improved multidisciplinary collaboration during installation.
BIM enables pre-fabrication, which in turn helps reduce rework and waste while improving efficiency.
Visualization and communication of the design intent is clear and full of transparency.
Virtual walkthroughs and planning with 3D models help in spotting safety hazards.