BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a digital multidimensional working tool that allows the management and development of a construction project integrating the operative phases with the technical specialties that conform it, this is achieved through a collaborative model that begins from the conceptualization of the idea and lasts until the construction period.
Projects designed and coordinated by BIM methodology, are developed through digital tools like Autodesk Revit, Autodesk Navisworks and BIM 360. All done through collaborative models, designed by the different technical specialties that conform the project. We offer a level of detail that can wo up to “LOD 400” for details of fabrication, mounting, and technical team coordination in the assets.
The projects developed in our company allow the timely implementation of adjustments during the architectural design process and in the phases of development of technical specialties, this is done in an integral, fast and effective way, considering the commercial, technical and regulatory requirements.
Based on the BIM models developed collaboratively by each technical specialty of the project, DBK generates a coordination process superimposing these models to identify and give an early solution to the interferences evidenced.
Through the three-dimensional models generated, the BIM methodology allows to create images, virtual tours and 360 views, to present the project in a three-dimensional way. This with the purpose of interpreting the architecture, spatiality, volumetry and evidencing possible errors before these can be taken to the final construction.
The BIM methodology allows the increase of productivity in design and execution of the project saving time and cost, this because during the coordination process possible interferences between the different specialties are identified in an early phase of development. In turn, the methodology allows to generate technical documentation of the project with precision, collaborative multidisciplinary work, three-dimensional visualization and obtaining quantities of work, among others.