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“The adoption of BIM allows the creation of a virtual building or digital twin, providing dynamic visibility giving the Design Team the ability to coordinate collaboratively to avoid clashes, constraints and obstacles early in the design process.”
Since 2010 JVT have been promoting the use of BIM on all projects to deliver a collaborative design and provide the Client with an asset rich model for the life cycle of the building. We have gained NSAI certification to I.S. EN ISO 19650-2:2018 and aligned our workflows and processes to this internationally recognised suite of standards (ISO 19650). This information management process allows us to consistently deliver high quality information across projects that align with international best practices. It also supports how project information is structured, exchanged and delivered across the assets life cycle which benefits everyone involved in the project.
We have integrated our BIM methodology to deliver a single process across both design and modeling.
The adoption of BIM allows the creation of a virtual building or digital twin, providing dynamic visibility giving the Design Team the ability to coordinate collaboratively to avoid clashes, constraints and obstacles early in the design process.
We engage with all stakeholders, from the Client and Design Team to the Building Operator and Construction Team to ensure a clear and concise BIM strategy and documentation. The BIM strategy for any given project is defined in the project BIM Execution Plan which reflects the requirements as set out in the Exchange Information Requirements document. We have design standards and protocols in place to arrange the production, distribution and quality of construction information as identified in ISO 19650.
BIM software packages we are using include the following:
- Revit, Navisworks, AutoCAD, 3Ds Max
- IES – VE
- BIM Collab Pro
- BIM interoperability tools-COBie
- Elevate lift analasys