BIM (Building Information Modelling)

What is BIM?

Building Information Modeling is an application that can be used in all processes; from the signing of the contract to the delivery of the work. It is one of the most important reflections of digital transformation in construction and engineering, strengthens the way we do our business and creates a difference.

We started our BIM journey in 2015

We started our Building Information Modeling process in 2015. After completing extensive preparations for adaptation to Building Information Modeling, we became one of the few MEP contracting companies in Turkey that implements Building Information Modeling. For us, Building Information Modeling is an approach to ensure that the right people get the right information about the project at the right time.

During the tender process, receiving design models for some projects and calculating fast and accurate quantity take-off through these models takes us a step further. We can provide our clients with accurate outcomes.

We make the modeling of the works in our projects through Building Information Modeling tools. Even if we receive 2D drawings during the design process, we convert them into the models that are compliant with Building Information Modeling standards. Thus, we minimize the risk of mistakes occurring at construction sites and we generate feasible and easy-to-assemble models. Additionally, for the models that we generate and deliver, we also share some non-graphical data that can be used in operations and maintenance by our clients.

Our success story

3D: Design

- Design Documentation & Collaboration
- Family Generation
- Laser Scanning
- Coordinated 3D Modelling (LOD 400)
- As-Builts (LOD 500)
- Modular Solutions (Ceilings, walls)
- Pre-fabricated systems (Shafts, Corridors, Equipment Skids, Penthouse Units)
- Dynamo BIM Programming
- MEP Engineering Calculations
- Energy Analysis

4D: Scheduling

- Construction Sequencing & Scheduling
- Project Phasing Simulations
- Time & Progress Simulation
- Just in Time Equipment & Material Delivery
- Logistics Modelling
- Virtual Construction

5D: Estimating

- Quantity Survey for Cost Estimation
- Cash Flow Analysis
- Value Engineering Simulation
- Project Change Cost Impact Simulation
- ERP (SAP) Integration

6D: Facility Management (COBie)

- Life Cycle BIM Strategies
- BIM Maintenance Plans & Tech Support
- BIM embedded O&M Manuals
- COBie Data Populations & Extraction

Advantages of BIM in construction process

Before we get to the implementation phase in our projects, informing the design and site teams on the processes and ensuring uninterrupted communication are the most critical issues. BIM software offers serious advantages by allowing these teams to see the models made before the application and to predict how the site will progress.