As a subcontractor, you are responsible for only a small part of a construction project. For example, a mechanical contractor will only be needed to design, supply and deploy the HVAC system of a building, or thereby. For this reason, you need to coordinate with the other subcontractors and the client obviously in a very efficient manner. This is where BIM comes in.
Ever since BIM has become the AEC tool for the present generation, modules of the construction team have been able to work more closely together than ever. BIM provide a kind of “central brain” to deal with most types of construction projects – especially the big ones.
And now that many large construction partners have integrated BIM into their business process, they are looking for “excellence” partners who are able to follow the BIM-driven workflow and coordinate with the whole project, not just their own small part. Indeed, when you design and drive something using BIM, that kind of pushes you to make other people use it too.
Therefore, it is easy to see that BIM is the future for anybody connected to the construction process, especially for the larger projects. Let’s look at why it is great for subcontractors too.
Published By Arka Roy www.bimoutsourcing.com