Increasingly, owners, designers, and builders are embracing 3D building information modeling (BIM) technology in concrete construction.
3D Modeling allows for virtual collaboration.
All stakeholders have a clear, visual way to cooperate and evaluate project details pre-fabrication and pre-construction.
3D Modeling reveals conflicts early.
Experienced project teams have learned that the sooner a problem is found, the more quickly and economically it can be solved.
3D Modeling reduces jobsite risk.
Visualizing design intent in the field helps prevent costly mistakes and delays, impacting work across trades.
3D Modeling saves valuable time.
Updating and sharing information between team members in real time means a faster start and a more reliable finish.
3D Modeling automates tedious work.
By eliminating redundant and unnecessary manual processes, BIM technology produces better results in far less time.
3D Modeling is interoperable.
Because the IFC format can be written and read by nearly all BIM software packages (including ProConcrete), all stakeholders can share BIM data, regardless of their preferred tools.
3D Modeling is a benefit that lasts.
Owners inherit an information-rich model that can reduce long-term maintenance, expansion, leasehold improvement, and adaptive reuse costs.