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Corporate Building BIM Project in Michigan
Company: MARS BIM
Location: Lansing, United States
Year of the project: 2019
MaRS BIM created BIM modeling for one of the leading insurance company in Michigan, USA. The client was required to have a detailed design and 3D model creation for their new project, which was constructing a corporate building for an insurance company. The area of the project was big enough and had multiple scopes of work, we used Revit, AutoCAD, and Navisworks software which turned out to be a process that helped to share project status and to work on feedback parallelly.
This project required a set of large information and advanced technology. We work on the BIM for architectural, structural and MEP discipline. Using Revit, we have created 3D models and integrated LOD 400 for the scope of the work. It was the need of project to have Architectural, Structural, and MEPF BIM. With our team of engineers and experience BIM modelers, we have truly made this project a success.
Our team also provide typical detailing drawing and shop drawings along with informative models. The scope also involved coordinating with other services for feedback and approvals. Not only this but the project was also has integrated MEP BIM Coordination with Clash Detection & Resolution with other discipline to make the project flow easier, simpler, and faster.
The client was able to expedite the construction process and activities due to quick ramp-up and support from the MaRS BIM team. The quality of the output generated by MaRS BIM was such that there was no need for any additional modifications during the construction and installation stage.
Type of Work
- 10000 m2
Companies collaborating in the project
How was the BIM Experience in the project?
Reality Simulation: Does it help to get an idea of the final product?
Waste reduction, labor costs and deviations
Greater control of the construction process
Improves collaboration between agents
Conflict resolution and clash detection
Correction and error handling