Van Moll Engineering applies BIM
Every construction process involves the collaboration of various parties in ultimately delivering the finished product. However, shifts often occur in the designation roles and responsibilities during the course of this dynamic process. The risk of failure costs therefore continually lurks at literally every stage along the way. However, circumstances have now greatly improved, thanks to a revolutionary operating method: Building Information Modelling (BIM).
Building Information Modelling (BIM)
A Building Information Model is an electronic (3D) building model in which all relevant data is stored, utilised and managed throughout the construction process. All parties involved in the process therefore apply the same data, while they can also monitor one another’s progress. The information is continuously available and up to date. BIM renders the construction process more efficient, makes for improved communication and yields considerable cost reductions.
BIM is expanding
Increasing numbers of building companies and authorities are discovering the benefits of electronic cooperation using a digital information model of structures. BIM is already indispensable in the non-residential building sector and on major infrastructure projects. However, it is increasingly gaining ground in the market for smaller construction projects. Making use of a building information model means truly cooperating with other parties in the chain.
BIM at Van Moll Engineering
In Van Moll Engineering’s opinion, BIM holds the future of the construction industry, as it is destined to become a fixed component of every single building process. We have already been using BIM for several years. We have therefore long exceeded the ‘trial phase’ and have participated as a fully fledged BIM partner in over fifty construction projects. It is an operating method with which we feel entirely at home.