Building Information Modeling is a form of Digital Content Creation that is specific to the Architecture-Engineering-Construction (AEC) industry. Whether you're starting from a 2D set of drawings, adding more information to an architectural 3D model, or using LIDAR data, 3D modeling is the process of creating, adding or modifying three-dimensional building information.
Projects are becoming more complicated. Schedules are tighter. Labor costs are rising. BIM mitigates complication, improves team communication, deepens schedule discussions, and eliminates more errors.
Are you using BIM as a coordination tool?
Request for Proposal (RFP) responses are a key part of the Architecture-Engineering-Construction (AEC) industry. The most important goal of an RFP response is to communicate why you're the best candidate for a project. BIM is an excellent way to display project information and demonstrate how you intend to build a project.
Do you enhance your project proposals with BIM?
The ability to use 3D modeling software is not enough to complete a project in an efficient manner. Proper training in Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a combination of both "hard" and "soft" skills. It is part software expertise and part process, communication, and practical learning. As practitioners of BIM, Modulus Consulting is uniquely suited to evaluate, propose and execute training for a diverse set of clientele.
LIDAR, or laser scanning, is everywhere these days. You know that LIDAR can be an important part of the BIM process. But when is it best to use laser scanning? What are the disadvantages of LIDAR?
How can your company use LIDAR as a productivity tool?