Multivista South Florida, the most recognized visual construction documentation company, in Delary Beach is now is making alliance with Hunt Construction Group to integrate its photo documentation with its BIM project model.
HCG manages various construction projects in South Florida and has developed its service through amalgamation with Multivista’s latest technology. With this consolidation, project photo documentation can be connected directly with Autodesk®, Revit®, Navisworks® and BIM 360 TM Glue/Field. The Multivista BIM unification program was initiated in April 2015 which transforms Multivista’s client documentation to their BIM model for making comparison between physical and modelled conditions.
As per opinion of Pat Delano, G.M.,Hunt Construction Group, photographic documentation is useful to communicate in real time and the owner can get the detail information concerning what was set up for operating purpose in near future. Besides, by integrating photos to the plans, it becomes possible to settle a specific area or issue in quickest possible way effortlessly & efficiently which bring huge advantage to all project stakeholders.
Mutual application of authentic & complete construction photo documentation and BIM technology is broadly acknowledged as it provides the best solution to the construction industries. As per opinion of Kyle Goebel, Assoc. DBIA, virtual construction Engineer for HCG, QA and QC process has been greatly streamlined with the application of Multivista’s BIM integration program.
Multivista® Photo documentation can be directly accessed and synchronized from cloud-based BIM model through BIM 360 TM Glue. The actual position of photo documentation can also be verified all through the coordination meetings and it helps the project team members to check the condition of construction devoid of visiting the jobsite physically as the verification can be done with the photos linked to the BIM model. It saves significant times for the project team members.
Multivista expanded the program co-actively with their clients who made a huge investment in BIM workflows.
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