A BIM-capable firm or contractor will be able to deliver a high-quality build that’s more efficient and affordable. Considering the time and resources a project will require, one of the greatest challenges that clients face is predicting the amount of time and money a project will require.
BIM can remove some of the mystery surrounding a project’s cost and construction timeline even if it is impossible to predict precisely how much a project will cost or how long it will take to complete.
Design and construction benefit from BIM in five key ways:
- Savings on resources and costs.
- A shorter project life cycle and greater efficiency.
- Coordinating and communicating more effectively.
- Modular and prefabricated construction opportunities.
- A higher quality of results.
1. Savings on Resources & Costs
The ability to predict construction costs with high accuracy long before construction begins is a very important benefit of BIM. Architects use this method to not only estimate project costs but also find ways to reduce costs. An architect can estimate costs by using tools such as BIM 360 Docs:
Published By Arka Roy www.bimoutsourcing.com